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Elearning
author Ilona Hetsevich
author 29 Dec 2016
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With 2017 around the corner we wanted to recall in your memory the most viewed eLearning articles of the outgoing year published in the JoomlaLMS blog. In case you were busy and didn’t have time for reading, here is the Top Five eLearning articles of the year. Please enjoy!

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Elearning Guest Post
Guest Posts
author Ilona Hetsevich
author 28 Dec 2016
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Since 2006 in the JoomlaLMS Blog we have been covering the eLearning industry insights and sharing valuable pieces of advice with thousands of readers interested in the eLearning techniques and strategies they can take advantage of in the real life. We value our audience that is why we are looking for talented bloggers with unique insights and experiences in the sphere of online education, training and business to write for the JoomlaLMS blog.

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joomlalms team
News
author Ilona Hetsevich
author 22 Dec 2016
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As 2016 draws to an end, all of us here at JoomlaLMS would like to send the warmest greetings for the holiday season and the coming New Year.

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LMS Features
Elearning
author Ilona Hetsevich
author 01 Dec 2016
author Hits: 5074

The decision to purchase one or another Learning Management System is frequently based on the LMS features available and, therefore, the benefits clients will receive if they purchase a particular LMS solution. The JoomlaLMS features list is quite long (by the way, Brandon Hall Group called JoomlaLMS “one of the more robust solutions at this price point” in the research released in September), but what if we tell you that there are even more out-of-the-box LMS features you are most likely unsuspicious of.

Does it sound intriguing?

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Technology Changed Education
Expert Interview
author Ilona Hetsevich
author 10 Nov 2016
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Over the years technology has been changing the way we live, communicate, educate and learn. Smartphones, laptops, social networks, unlimited access to the Internet, immediacy of information... Technology has become such a significant part of our everyday lives that we stopped noticing it. But are these changes for the good or bad? Have we become less creative and able to think deeply? How to deal with screen addictions and students’ social anxieties when it comes to face to face interactions?

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