Posts Tagged eLearning

Top eLearning trends in 2020

Author, Asha Pandy has put a lot of work into outlining what she sees as the top eLearning trends in 2020. READ THE FULL ARTICLE published in eLearning Industry. Asha has also conveniently grouped them into three areas: eLearning trends that will help you achieve high learner engagement, performance gain, and behavioral change: mobile learning, […]

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Seven reasons why training can fail

Panopto not only outlines seven reasons why training can fail (see below), they also provide succinct fail-safe training tips. LEARN MORE. Limited Time and Competing Priorities Lack of Interest Limited Budget and Training Resources Information Overload Lack of Planning and Poor Timing Neglecting What Happens After Training Relying on Technology to Do the Work for […]

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Be a better leader

Joanne Trotta has written many excellent articles about the importance of soft skills, such as empathy for effective leadership. She notes, “In my opinion, effective leadership simply does not exist without empathy. I feel this way because of experience: Every leader who has inspired me throughout my life and career has been extraordinarily empathetic.” Read […]

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Learn more about learning

The eLearning Coach’s Connie Malamed has kindly put together her LIST and rationale for five “books that pack a powerful punch.”  Agile for Instructional Designers by Megan Torrance Fully Compliant: Compliance Training to Change Behavior by Travis Waugh Microlearning: Short and Sweet by Karl M. Kapp and Robyn A. Defelice An Overview of Training and Development: Why […]

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The right way to conduct a debrief

I recently came out of what was supposed to be a project debrief quite shocked. It was a complex project with a lot of moving pieces, and the result was quite amazing. But the external consultant leading the debrief was solely focused on finger-pointing. The value of a good debrief is important, but they should […]

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Online learning is going to high school

The Ontario provincial government just announced they want high school students to take online courses for four out of 30 high school credits in order to graduate. Joanne Laucius, writing in the Ottawa Citizen, says this means that “Ontario high school students will have more compulsory e-learning than any other jurisdiction in the world.” The […]

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Actionable Reporting is changing the measurement arena

How do we know our training is effective? How can we tie it to business outcomes? Through a well-planned assessment and measurement approach. And one of the more interesting is called Actionable Reporting that allows a user to act on information in real time. READ Alastair Simpson’s eLearning Industry article where he outlines 6 Requirements for Setting […]

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Five free web-based learning games

The game landscape just keeps getting better and better. Amazon’s Melissa Milloway kindly wrote an article (5 Free Web Based Learning Games That Will Inspire You) for LinkedIn’s new series. She shares five of her favourite online learning games she’s used over the past year. Follow the link above for the full article or select […]

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Five essential qualities for effective teams

Teams can make or break an organization. Zack Friedman (author of The Lemonade Life) wrote an article for Forbes about something called Project Aristotle. This was where Google wanted to determine “What makes a team effective at Google?” Their analysis showed It doesn’t matter who is on the team; what matters is that the team […]

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