E-Learning

Gamification for E-learning: playing you learn

Reading Time: 11 minutes Gamification, to date, ranks among the most effective training methodologies. The corporate universe has also begun to increasingly focus on gamified training for learning its resources, from onboarding to refresher training.
But what is it and how does Gamification work?
More importantly, how does it differ from similarly named training methodologies?

Let’s go and find out.

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Softwares and Platforms

No code – Low code trends in the Italian market.

Reading Time: 6 minutes No code and Low code are the two sides of the same coin, the one that allows anyone with a good idea (or close to it) to operate as a developer without the study of app and site development weighing on the end result. With the use of graphical interfaces that allow ready-made components to be assembled, the new frontier of development for all has been conquered and is expanding with each passing day.
How is our country positioned in this path of simplifying IT development processes?

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Softwares and Platforms

Intranet UX UI: how to balance usability and aesthetics?

Reading Time: 6 minutes The intranet is one of the most useful tools for a company. It simplifies communications, streamlines work processes and helps create and consolidate corporate culture.
One of the main focuses of its design and implementation is the user. This is because if the user is comfortable using the intranet, it is very likely to think that they will do so often, increasing its effectiveness (thus enhancing the value of the upstream investment). Following then are some practices to follow, in terms of user experience and user interface, that improve the quality of an intranet.

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Softwares and Platforms

Cloud intranet vs on premise: which one to choose?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Cloud intranet or on premise?
Between the question and the answer lies the only possible solution: that of investigating a bit into the world of cloud and on premise intranets and figuring out the direction to take. In fact, solving the mystery requires a focus on two major players in this area: SharePoint server and SharePoint online.
Let the confrontation begin!

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Softwares and Platforms

Authoring Tools between past, present and future

Reading Time: 15 minutes Wanting to adopt a somewhat corny metaphor, when we think of authoring tools, we can imagine a situation where you want to realize a dream.
You have the idea, you have the sources, the goal, but you lack the tools.
Here, within authoring tools it is possible to find the necessary tools, or most of them, for the implementation of an E-learning project.

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E-Learning

Mooc: advantages, examples and applications in E-learning

Reading Time: 6 minutes MOOCs are the clearest and most striking example of the incredible opportunities for access to knowledge offered by the Web.

From technical skills to language skills, from motivational courses to industry updates-the breadth of educational offerings in terms of online courses translates into a diverse multitude of content and tools aimed at professional and personal growth.

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Softwares and Platforms

No queue low queue: benefits and opportunities for businesses

Reading Time: 10 minutes Changes of course in the digital world, it is known, are becoming more and more frequent. Some are simple detours that lead to nothing concrete, while others take the form of real paradigm shifts. The so-called “no-code/low-code revolution” has all the appearance of being of the second kind, proposing a solution for increasing application development in organizations. Let’s start with the naming: as the word itself suggests, developing in no code means making digital products and services without the use of any programming language.
And of course it doesn’t end there.

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Softwares and Platforms

Successful intranet: 12 tips + 1 (the most important)

Reading Time: 6 minutes The evolution of the intranet’s functionality over time has made the purpose for which it was created increasingly evident: to make the communication channel between the company and its employees more direct and effective. The initial rationale of publishing useful information and news has gradually opened the door to a multi-voice dialogue, in which the user can also play an active role, within the limits of his or her areas of access.
But what are the aspects to leverage for a successful and truly user-centered intranet?

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Intranet: everything you need to know without asking Google

Reading Time: 20 minutes Since its inception, the intranet has presented itself as a channel that can increase the level of people’s involvement, a reference environment for those who work in the company, a place where they can find information and news useful for doing their work.
In fact, according to the definition given by Tyson Greer in Understanding Intranets (1998), an intranet is “the corporate web, the virtual site where business and communication take place; it shares the same technologies as the Internet with two key differences, ownership and mode of access.”

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Collaboration in Microsoft Teams: how to use it in the enterprise?

Reading Time: 9 minutes Collaboration among the staff of a company, whether it is an SME or a large multinational corporation, is the key to optimal management of work processes and growth of the company.
When this process moves into digital environments, it is referred to as collaboration (or “virtual collaboration”), an approach that frees itself from the constraints of space and time and fosters collaboration and communication.
Supporting collaboration are more and more digital tools, starting with intranet architectures and ending with software of different kinds that complement and integrate with them.
Of these, perhaps the most prominent is Microsoft Teams.

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Artificial Intelligence and E-learning: where do we stand?

Reading Time: 15 minutes It has been 70 years since Alan Turing (mathematician, cryptographer, philosopher as well as one of the fathers of computer science) introduced theories for building “intelligent machines” to the scientific world.
Today, many sectors are looking to Artificial Intelligence as a hotbed of possibilities.
Referring to e-learning what is the relationship? What are the possible benefits and future developments?

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LXP: what it is, what it is for, and what its benefits are

Reading Time: 6 minutes After years of smart working, the need to streamline certain business processes with the use of digital mediation tools has gone from being perceived as an emergency measure to becoming an awareness, thanks in part to the many solutions offered. Among the environments most affected by these changes is education. A world that had to readjust to the fluidity of the new condition. The user has become increasingly central, in choosing when and how to use the courses.
This is especially true of self-study, particularly that related to non-mandatory training. The premise brings attention to a tool destined to gain more and more space in the learning world: the Learning Experience Platform (LXP).

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