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Attention-Grabbing eLearning Design: 5 Techniques You Should Try

By | on 24, Jun 2021 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

Unless you have a phenomenal photographic memory, chances are you struggle to remember things and wonder how you can make information stick better. The answer? PAY ATTENTION! When you pay attention, y[...]

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10 Things That Learners Pay Attention To (And How to Use Them in eLearning)

By | on 19, Jun 2021 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

Even more than other types of education, eLearning must struggle to attract learners' attention: the Internet is full of distractions, and adult learners are both busier and free to indulge in distrac[...]

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5 Essential Content Creation Tips For eLearning Success

By | on 17, Jun 2021 |

You've been tasked with developing your first eLearning course. Now what?  Let us help you get with it and nail each aspect of the content development process. Probably you are wondering if there is o[...]

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The Empowered Learner: 4 Things You Need to Know

By | on 13, Jun 2021 |   corporate training

Changing old training methods to suit current learners’ needs isn’t just about taking technology and shortened attention spans into consideration, it’s about empowering today’s workforce with the tool[...]

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Numbers Don’t Lie: Why Microlearning is Better for Your Learners (and You too)

By | on 09, Jun 2021 |

Microlearning refers to an educational approach that offers bite-sized, small learning units with just the necessary amount of information to help learners achieve a goal.  In the eLearning and instru[...]

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The Ten eLearning Commandments [Infographic]

By | on 06, Jun 2021 |   eLearning eLearning tips

Malcolm Gladwell, author of ‘Outliers’ says that to truly master something takes 10,000 hours of practice. That’s a long time. But while Gladwell is probably not too far off the mark, we’d add one sma[...]

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4 Tips on How to Convert Long-Form eLearning Courses to Micro Lessons

By | on 03, Jun 2021 |

With high hopes of addressing a problem that was getting in the way of everyday business, you invested time and money into creating an eLearning course.  Sadly, it hasn’t made a difference. Completion[...]

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Creating That New eLearning Course

By | on 31, May 2021 |   instructional design eLearning

As an instructional designer, your primary goal is to develop effective eLearning courses. You should address the objectives for each lesson, use the correct instructional method to meet the needs of [...]

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