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How To Motivate Learners Before, During and After an eLearning Course

By | on 06, Dec 2019 |   eLearning

Keeping learners motivated throughout an eLearning course is a challenge for even the most seasoned designers. Not only is it difficult to hook and keep learners engaged offline, but asynchronous trai[...]

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The 5 Best Ways to Research Your eLearning Course Target Audience

By | on 27, Nov 2019 |   eLearning tips

Although it might seem absurd to design training without the end user in mind, an audience analysis is an extremely important yet often overlooked element of instructional design. Before creating an e[...]

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A Template to Carry Out an eLearning Audience Analysis

By | on 21, Nov 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

Understanding the target audience is one of the cardinal rules of effective eLearning development. Knowing your learners helps you to shape your message in a way that's most likely to resonate with th[...]

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Conquering Content Curation: Best Practices for Instructional Designers

By | on 12, Nov 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

With the impressive array of content available from online sources and beyond, it’s no longer necessary to create everything from scratch. It’s also not feasible to do everything yourself when technol[...]

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4 Ways to Train the Overwhelmed Employee

By | on 29, Oct 2019 |   corporate training Industry Trends

They often forget dates and end up missing social engagements or the kid’s soccer matches. The smartphone rings, and they lose the thread of their thoughts. An email notification pops up, and they sto[...]

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The Science Behind What Makes an eLearning Design Effective

By | on 20, Oct 2019 |   eLearning

Design is not accidental; it is based on intentions and choices. It is inevitably great to put your heart into designing a course that looks "nice", but at the same time, you must ensure that your des[...]

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7 New Rules of Workplace Learning

By | on 07, Oct 2019 |   corporate training

Embracing and adapting to a changing landscape is not easy unless you know the rules to play by. Times-they-are-a-changing. As it is with everything else in life, change is imminent also in the field [...]

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The Anatomy of a Modern eLearning Course

By | on 30, Sep 2019 |   eLearning

If you are a training manager, you have seen it develop for quite some time now. Your learner profile is slowly but surely changing. You now see many more members of Generation Y at the workplace and [...]

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