: digital learning
  29 April 2022  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Digital Learning News

A better start for proficient learners by Hélène LARMOIRE

Instructional designer- What if the quality of our training, both professional and personal, was not based on the use of the latest app, technology or more games but on a backdoor path with two little-known bricks... And yet, when used in a method, they make the learners more competent after your [...]

  21 February 2022  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Best Practices

How to adopt the 9-point methodology

Serious Factory's 9-points instructional design methodology has been developed and updated as VTS Editor and the possibilities offered by our software solution evolve. This method is the result of many customer projects and, like the pirate code, should be a guide more than a rulebook. It should [...]

  4 February 2022  |  William PERES  Digital Learning News

William Peres talks about equal opportunities through digital training

Vocational training is highly legislated. It is even a legal obligation that gives each of us the opportunity to acquire skills in order to be able to constantly evolve, on the one hand, and to guarantee our employability, on the other. Each of us should be able to evolve during our professional [...]

  27 January 2022  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Digital Learning News

The 7 benefits of virtual characters in Digital Learning

Nowadays, the success of learning is largely based on social aspects. For the transmission, acquisition and development of skills to be there, there must be interaction, communication, negotiation and sharing. Nevertheless, learning cannot take place without the emotional and cognitive facets. The [...]

  21 July 2021  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Press releases

Microsoft and Serious Factory enter into a commercial partnership

Serious Factory has obtained Co-Sell Ready status from Microsoft for its VTS Editor software to meet the needs of the global digital learning [...]

  17 June 2021  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Digital Learning News

Minimalism, a good idea for your Digital Learning training path in 2021?

Advanced graphics, animations, interactivity... We tend to think that professional training needs a high level of media to be attractive, engaging and memorable for the learner. What if the opposite was also true in 2021? Let's take a look at minimalism in Digital [...]

  28 May 2021  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Digital Learning News

The challenges of training with virtual simulation in 2021

In 2019, Serious Factory published the white paper "Never the first time..." which highlighted how professionals from all sectors of activity use Digital Learning to train learners with real virtual simulations, aiming to develop skills and get them as involved as possible in their training. 2 [...]

  20 May 2021  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Digital Learning News

Neuropedagogy: Increase the effectiveness of distance learning with VTS Editor

New technologies have revolutionised our daily lives. Over the years, the way we consume information has greatly evolved. So has the way we integrate and memorise it. It is therefore natural that training is being transformed and that new learning and teaching methods must be considered by [...]

  25 March 2021  |  Rudy GUILLONNEAU  Best Practices

Digital Learning: key points for your digital transformation

The health constraints that the world has had to face through the Covid-19 pandemic have greatly contributed to the development of Digital Learning. This clear evolution of digital learning is felt both by training organizations and by respondents to training offers. For example, the latter [...]

  26 November 2020  |  Habib FAKIR  Digital Learning News

The 6 Perceptions of the Learner: e-Learning via the Process Communication Model® prism

If you are a trainer or in the HR professions, it is likely that you know or have already heard of the Process Communication Model®. The principle is as simple as it is fundamental: when we talk to each other, we tend to believe that our way of communicating is necessarily adapted to the one of [...]