JoomLMS ELearning Blog

Guest Posts
author Darya Tarliuk
date 05 Dec 2017
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eLearning offers enormous benefits to businesses regardless of their size:

  • 46% of those who apply it are more likely to be the leader in their industry
  • 42% attribute their increase in revenue to online learning
  • 58% feel prepared to meet future demands thanks to eLearning
  • 72% believe that eLearning provides a competitive advantage
  • etc.

    Isn’t it inspiring?

    Guest Posts
    author Darya Tarliuk
    date 15 Nov 2017
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    People generally employ both visual and linguistic cognitive processes while learning. In other words, we learn by seeing, and we also learn when people instruct us.

    But then, people learn better when image, sight, sound, and text all are used.

    lMS security
    author Ilona Hetsevich
    date 02 Nov 2017
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    Data security is one of the most important issues nowadays. Thousands of websites are hacked and blacklisted every day, losing their data, reputation and search ranking. In addition to the reputation damage, hacking causes financial harm, emotional distress and clients’ confidence loss. That is why so much attention is paid to the system security and reliability.

    JoomlaLMS 2.1.5 release
    author Darya Tarliuk
    date 13 Oct 2017
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    Dear clients, we are glad to announce JoomLMS 2.1.5 release. The new version is Joomla 3.8.x compatible.

    JoomLMS 2.1.5 is available for upgrade in the administration area of your website and for purchase in our store.

    Social Media in Education
    Expert Interview
    author Darya Tarliuk
    date 14 Sep 2017
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    We have been talking a lot about building effective eLearning courses and the importance of engaging and motivating the students along the eLearning journey. What we haven’t talked about yet is how to utilize networking and social media for making learning effective.

    You will agree that the benefits of social collaboration are vast: it evokes the effect of competition and leads to more active participation in studying, students learn how to respect each other’s ideas and opinions, learn how to search for alternative solutions and compromises and how to criticize ideas, not people.