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Webinar: When good content goes bad, it’s time to rethink your online approach

R-E-S-P-E-C-T! That’s what we have for high impact instructors who bring classroom-based learning to life via their expertise and insights. Yet the learning world is riddled with less than stellar efforts to bring traditional classroom content online. Why? Because sometimes an instructor is integral to achieving the best learning outcomes. That’s where a new approach […]

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Virtual Reality and Learning Development

A new film announced at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival is offering viewers the chance to see life through the eyes of a 12-year-old Syrian refugee and what’s it like to live life inside one of the world’s largest refugee camps. This is one on of four films available through the new United Nations […]

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Teach your customers

Recently, I met with my new financial adviser to review the performance of my investments. As he went through my portfolio I had to stop him many times and ask some pretty basic questions. My adviser did a good job answering my questions, however, I came out of the meeting with a spinning head and a […]

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Welcome

We adore curiosity—in our people and in our clients. This Inquiring Minds Blog will be an ongoing curation of content combined with our own opinions and ideas.   Definitely reach out to us if you have content you would like us to consider adding.  

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Six eLearning Trends for 2016

Christopher Pappas has listed his six top eLearning Trends for 2016. They include: Serious games Automated course authoring Wearable tech training Big data Responsive learning management systems Cloud-based systems Go to eLearning Industry to read the full article.

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Scenario-Based eLearning

Anna Sabramowicz knows her stuff and she struts it in an engaging way on her own YouTube Channel. We’re linking to this one on ‪Effective Scenario-based e-Learning for Instructional Designers viagra 25 mg ohne rezept. Enjoy.

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