Docebo E-Learning Blog

Social Learning: Speed up your ILT or WBT training programs with social widgets

Social LearningWe’ve all heard of the benefits of social learning. It’s said that improving social learning will enhance the value of training activities. It’s also said that a lot of elearning projects fail because of the lack of social intercourse between participants, and that instructional designers have to learn from social managers how to pump up conversations and ultimately engagement.

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Time to cast your ballot for the Best of Elearning! Awards 2014

Polls are now open for The Best of Elearning! 2014 Awards!

Now in its 10th year, The Best of Elearning! Awards allows eLearning professionals to nominate their favorite products and services each year across 27 product and services categories.

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4-Way Stop: Redirecting Your Organization To Be Human Again

tel·e·com·mut·ing [tel-i-kuh-myoo-ting] noun Origin: 1970-75 : “Working at home by using a computer terminal electronically linked to one’s place of employment.”

Tele -as in phone. Commuting as in going back and forth from point A to point B. Telecommuting, going back and forth through the telephone …as a way of working. Now how silly does that sound? Very. So why are we still using this term?

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Drupal integrates with Docebo to unleash its training potential!

Drupal and Docebo integrationDrupal is one of the most well-known CMSs in the world. We have recently released an integration between the Docebo LMS and Drupal. In this post we go over how you can unleash the training potential of your site by leveraging this integration!

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Docebo helps Sealed Air’s worldwide customers learn

When the US-based global company, Sealed Air Corporation, wanted a flexible, state-of-the-art LMS for its customers to access, it turned to the disruptive Cloud eLearning solutions provider, Docebo.

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Docebo vs Moodle

Both Docebo and Moodle are two LMSs with very long histories behind them. Over the years they have both evolved into two feature-rich LMSs. But Docebo now comes to the market with a fast to deploy solution – in the Cloud and as a pure SaaS – while Moodle is still based on the original formula which means a customer must download and install the LMS on a private server.

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Elearning for large Enterprise training initiatives

Large Enterprise training initiatives come with a specific set of needs. In this post we examine how elearning administrators can best manage a large numbers of learners and structured training paths within an elearning project, and according to large Enterprise requirements.

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Synchronous & Asynchronous elearning: 4 simple steps to get the best from both training strategies

In four simple steps we will show the benefits of synchronous elearning, the benefits of asynchronous elearning, the power of the two strategies combined, and how to obtain the best from the two strategies together using Docebo LMS and the Videoconference APP.

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How Veeam Software improved sales using Docebo LMS

Since installing the Docebo SaaS eLearning platform, the Swiss-based global IT and software company Veeam Software (read about the company here) has seen more than 50,000 of its business partners access online training related to its products. The results? Over 10,000 partners have achieved professional certification and more than 95% of those certified partners state that courseware helped them to improve knowledge and ability to sell.

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Gamification in Corporate Learning – Is Gamification right for your organization?

Gamification was one of the hottest Buzzwords of 2013 and now wrapping up the first quarter of 2014 we see that the trend is still going strong.  While many of us have heard the buzz around this concept how many of us know what Gamification is, how we implement it into our organizations, and if it works? Everyone talks about Gamification and while many of you are very comfortable with the topic and have a great understanding of it there are still many who can use a bit more data.

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