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Beyond Business Impact: Evaluate Whether Learning Objectives Are Being Met

By | on 22, May 2018 |

Discover the “AJA” insights behind learning impact evaluations.  After so much time and effort spent creating an eLearning course, one of the most critical steps following its creation is evaluation. [...]

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A Quick Guide to Four Instructional Design Models

By | on 18, May 2018 |   instructional design

If you’re new to eLearning, then understanding and following instructional design best practices from the beginning is crucial to your success. The eLearning niche is vast, and you will find numerous [...]

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Create Your eLearning Course to Grab Your Learner's Attention Faster

By | on 17, May 2018 |

So, you’re at your desk, cruising the Internet, and suddenly a random ad flashes on your screen, totally catching your attention. So much that you’re inclined to click on it to learn more. It’s happen[...]

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Breaking the Code: What Motivates Adult Learners?

By | on 10, May 2018 |   adult learning

As eLearning designers, we have to understand adult learning psychology to create courses that appeal to them and make them want to learn what you want to teach. But... there is a challenge. Most adul[...]

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How To Do A Successful eLearning Course Launch

By | on 09, May 2018 |

Your team has invested some long hours into creating an eLearning course to help your employees address a specific process or learn a new subject. Perfect! The work has been done, the time and money h[...]

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Why Should Use Content Curation In Your L&D Strategy? (And How to Do It)

By | on 04, May 2018 |   corporate training

“Plenty” is a problem. According to findings from the High-Impact Learning Organization study by Bersin by Deloitte, employees find it most difficult to learn, NOT because there isn’t enough content, [...]

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Beware of Training for Training's Sake! Follow These Steps Before Creating Your Next eLearning Course

By | on 03, May 2018 |

The art of training is knowing how and where to provide the right information to those who are in need of it. That said, this requires the right content, the correct delivery method, and the appropria[...]

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4 Ways To Make Learning Retention Part of Your Training Program

By | on 26, Apr 2018 |

Anyone can create an eLearning course. But creating an eLearning course that works, and has an impact takes time and effort. Of course, good design, an intuitive user experience, and relevant content [...]

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