Posts Tagged e-learning

Smart ways to personalize your LMS

Adobe and the eLearning Guild offer a white paper on Smart Ways to Personalize an LMS. The paper covers why you should personalize your LMS and highlights five areas that will increase learner engagement: learner dashboard, content delivery, recommendations, revision notes, and search results. Download the full PDF report.

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Six secrets to experiential learning

Experiential learning involves learning through experience. The National Conference Centre partnered with experiential learning company, The Browne Center to publish Six Secrets to Experiential Learning.  Read the report for more information about these six secrets observed in experiential learning. Barrier-free learning—take away the classroom tables. Learning by choice—mix classroom training with outdoor activities. Learning by shared experience—create […]

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Doable eLearning Trends of 2019

It’s that time of year and the learning world is inundated with top trend lists. While many trend lists are focused on things like AI/VR and machine learning, blogger, Rohan Thakare via eLearning Industry has focused instead on trends that could be more cost effective and easier to implement. Here’s his list of eight eLearning […]

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Artificial intelligence

We recently attended a session at iVentures and the topic on everyone’s lips was—ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. In fact, it’s what everyone wanted to talk about. Accenture’s Nicole Knott wrote a post called “Creating a Better World With AI.” She starts with fear and ends with a better place. She says: “To unleash the power of AI […]

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Machine learning

We recently attended a session at iVentures and the topic on everyone’s lips was—ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. In fact, it’s what everyone wanted to talk about. Accenture’s Nicole Knott wrote a post called “Creating a Better World With AI.” She starts with fear and ends with a better place. She says: “To unleash the power of AI […]

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Design thinking

According to Wikipedia, “design thinking refers to the cognitive, strategic and practical processes by which design concepts (proposals for new products, buildings, machines, etc.) are developed by designers and/or design teams.” Giselle Abramovich recently wrote an article in CMO.com by Adobe highlighting “15 mind-blowing stats about design thinking.” You can find all 15 here, but in […]

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LMS advice for SMBs

There’s so much information out there about learning management systems. And every now and then we come across great advice worth sharing. Posting in B2C, Christopher Pappas outlines “5 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Learning Management System for Your SMB.” Here are the five questions he believes small and medium-sized businesses should ask. What is […]

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Tell your story with clarity

When talking about the things you don’t want to talk about, negotiation and conflict resolution expert, Peter Hiddema“How to Talk About the Things You Don’t Want to Talk About“ proposes three guidelines to telling your story with clarity: Don’t present your conclusions as THE truth. Share where your conclusions come from. Avoid absolutes such as […]

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Redwood’s in Ottawa for CSAE’s 2018 conference

Redwood’s Lydia Sani and Les Truxa have arrived in Ottawa and set up shop for the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE)’s 2018 Conference—Associations: Future Proof.  Come check out our booth and attend Lydia’s Lightning Talk, 10:30 on October 25th. Lydia will present a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) that will help Associations understand […]

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Anita Windisman’s tips for leveraging LinkedIn

Anita Windisman, a five+ year veteran of LinkedIn, recently recorded a webinar for us about LinkedIn best practices. She provided insightful and practical tips for optimizing your LinkedIn profile to showcase yourself and your business, build your network to increase your visibility online, and find and engage with customers and prospects. Below are a few […]

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