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5 Secrets to Increase Employee Engagement With Technology

By | on 22, Nov 2018 |   mobile learning

Employee engagement is serious business. In 2015, a Gallup study poll found that incredibly, only 30% of employees say that they’re engaged in their job. More than 50% of employees said they weren’t e[...]

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How to Promote Self-Directed Learning in Your Company

By | on 20, Nov 2018 |

Lifelong learning is now more important than ever. Technology has brought about many changes in the world of work, and those who don’t adapt will be left behind. This creates a problem for many busine[...]

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The 4 Adult Learning Elements You Should Include in Your eLearning Courses

By | on 13, Nov 2018 |   adult learning brain-based learning

Adult Learning highlights that adult learners are fundamentally different in their methods of learning in comparison with children. As an L&D professional, you need to understand these differences and[...]

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The Complete Guide to Color Combinations in eLearning

By | on 10, Nov 2018 |   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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Use These 5 Instructional Design Strategies to Create an Effective eLearning Course

By | on 07, Nov 2018 |

On an eLearning team, the role of Instructional Designer is a core one. The strategy they use is majorly influenced by the needs of the stakeholders, the available resources, the intended audience, th[...]

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How to Drive Engagement with Emotionally Charged eLearning Courses

By | on 31, Oct 2018 |

You might be thinking deeply about cognition and the acquisition of knowledge when you’re creating an eLearning course, but are you considering the emotions of your learners? The human brain needs to [...]

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The Basics of Motivational eLearning Design

By | on 26, Oct 2018 |   eLearning design

When we think of the word, motivation, instantly two things come to mind. First, when we are young, many outside things motivate us, a desire to do something, the reality of punishment from our parent[...]

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5 Ways Instructional Designers Can Innovate and Thrive

By | on 25, Oct 2018 |

Sometimes it feels like instructional design hasn’t been updated since the 90s. Often, today’s courses will look remarkably similar to the ones we made ten years ago. This sense of timelessness can ea[...]

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