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Three of the most common e-Learning translation mistakes you should avoid

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When working with clients who need their training courses in multiple languages, it is difficult to educate them on the requirements, as they might think it is as simple as translating the content, and publishing it. The process couldn’t be further from that.

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Moving from traditional course into eLearning format? Here’s how

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Before COVID-19 suddenly made us all remote workers and students, mobile learning apps, performance support tools, and self-paced learning were already a trend. Given the large number of people staying at home, organizations are undertaking a digital transformation of training.

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Best Practices: What to keep in mind when translating an eLearning course

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We have gathered our eLearning team, with over 12 years of experience in the translation of eLearning courses, and asked them to give us some tips. Below you will find tips from the experts to save you time and avoid mistakes.

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Telehealth and Artificial Intelligence. Are you prepared for post COVID-19 healthcare?

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As coronavirus demands more medical resources, the current US health system cannot meet everyone’s needs. President Donald Trump signed an emergency bill to offer telehealth programs for Medicare beneficiaries, in order to help combat the spread of the virus. This is an alternative to communicate with medical practitioners without putting at risk your own health.

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How to promote equity and inclusion in schools during COVID-19?

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If you belong to an educational organization, then you would know that on March 4th the civil rights arm of the U.S. Department of Education sent a letter to educators, urging schools to address the harassment of certain students amid ongoing concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Beginners’ Guide: 7 steps to follow when creating an eLearning course

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This short guide is not meant to be an all-encompassing step by step process, but it will help you get started in the brainstorming process required at the beginning of the creation of each eLearning course.

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Global audiences: the rules are changing in eLearning

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While English is the most common language in learning and development, not everyone online is English proficient or feels comfortable learning in languages in which they are not native.

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Not a digital company? You need to have a strategy to become one… or be another casualty of COVID-19

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Odds are that in the last two weeks you’ve attended one or more webinars/conferences online just to catch up with some learning or because you had intended to attend an event that went virtual. Let me ask you, how was that experience? Did you get the same insights as you would have at the live event?

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Clinical Trials and the challenges faced during the Coronavirus Pandemic

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There are over 170 entries in the US National Library of Medicine Database, found when we search for Coronavirus at Clinicaltrials.gov. There are promising developments at a rapid pace.

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Physical, Not Social Distancing – Looking at the bright side in staying connected

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#WeAreAllInThisTogether The experts don’t have many answers. The world is not prepared for this kind of battle and there is no clear end in sight. However, there is much we can do to reduce its impact in our lives and come out stronger than before.

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