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The Complete Guide to Choosing A Color Palette For Your eLearning Course

By | on 15, Jan 2021 |   eLearning

Like the King of Pop once sang “it doesn’t matter if its black or white…as long as you use good, complementary choices from the color wheel.” Ok, maybe those weren’t the exact lyrics, but the point is[...]

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The Differences Between Classroom Training and eLearning

By | on 30, Dec 2021 |   eLearning corporate training

Elearning has gone from a niche type of teaching for techy subjects to being a preferred, growing and almost necessary way to teach EVERYTHING. Technology is expanding and people’s need and desire to [...]

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The True Cost of Not Providing Employee Training

By | on 18, Dec 2020 |   eLearning strategy corporate training

When a lightbulb burns out, do you throw away the lamp? If you do, then you are either incredibly rich or possibly have a weird thing for new lamps I guess. But, if you’re like the majority of the lam[...]

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Top Questions To Ask When Creating a Great User Experience In Your eLearning Courses

By | on 04, Dec 2020 |

Tom sits down to do his sales training online. He has been asked to complete three lessons each week adding up to 30 minutes of online training. Tom is dreading it, but he is delightfully surprised at[...]

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The 6 Laws of Learning No Instructional Designer Can Afford to Ignore

By | on 26, Nov 2020 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

You may pack your courses with tons of relevant content and awesome visuals, but if they don’t make a dent in the learner’s mind, they have failed in their purpose. It's time to STOP spending long hou[...]

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Factors That Affect the Transfer of Training

By | on 19, Nov 2020 |   corporate training

Transfer of learning refers to the “ability of a trainee to apply the behavior, knowledge, and skills acquired in one learning situation to another.”1  It’s what makes a job easier and faster as a lea[...]

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6 Ways to Incorporate Examples into Your eLearning Courses

By | on 08, Oct 2020 |   instructional design

With great example comes great knowledge power. While you don’t need to set yourself on fire to learn that fire is hot, being told that it’s important to put out a lit cigarette isn’t as effective as [...]

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The 4 Best Tricks to Help Learners Remember Your Content

By | on 01, Oct 2020 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

It’s happened to all of us: we’re presented with information and yet we forget it. Why does it happen? One of the most common reasons is because our attention is elsewhere. It’s similar to what happen[...]

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