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My eLearning Hopes for 2017

Allen Interactions

By Michael Allen , Chairman & CEO, Allen Interactions. Years seem so short as I’ve reached, um, maturity. And each year is shorter than the previous one. As the years fly by, I always wonder about the accomplishments of each previous year and how the coming year might contrast with it. Michael Allen e-Learning Blogs

Top Learning and Development Trends in 2017

Your Training Edge

Today, the world is changing at a faster pace than ever before. Rapid change in technology, a significant surge in the number of smartphone users, and constantly evolving social media have changed the way people learn new things. Learning and development strategies of companies must change with time to address the emerging challenges. Mobile Learning. Rise in Mobile devices is a global phenomenon.

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Review of Linkedin Learning

eLearning 24-7

“If you have complaints or concerns, maybe you should write a blog.” ” I never knew that it was possible. That I’d be honored with such a retort as the one above, from a salesperson at a booth at ATDTK17.  At the “Linkedin Learning” booth no less. Prior to that, another interesting quote was presented to me. “We believe the future of learning is AICC.”

Publishing and Uploading to ReviewMyElearning.com

Adobe Captivate

A short video showing the publish settings and process for uploading your course to ReviewMyElearning.com. Uncategorized Video qa review

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[Study] The Anatomy of a Training Course

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These Assumptions about Learning and Leadership Development Might Hurt You

CLO Magazine

Knocking down learning and leadership developments myths to make an impact on the business isn’t a task relegated only to chief learning officers. Companies that offer learning and development products and provide consultative services in these areas must be aware of these misperceptions as well if they want to effectively support corporate learning and development strategy. Heide Abelli.

5 WAYS TO MAKE LEARNERS RECEPTIVE TO LEARNING

Learnnovators

The post 5 WAYS TO MAKE LEARNERS RECEPTIVE TO LEARNING appeared first on Learnnovators. Custom E-Learning E-Learning Learning Consulting DevLearn e-learning L&D Learners Learning Learning & Development Learning Design Learnnovators Srividya Kumar WIIFM YouTube

YouTube And Learning: The Future Of Self-paced As Well As Classroom Learning

G-Cube

Technology and learning has become closer in the last few years. With the development of modern Internet, corporate sector has completely changed its face – including the way business is conducted, how employees engage with people and how they learn. There are various ways YouTube can be utilized for learning within the corporate sector: YouTube For Instructor-led Classroom Learning. Learning

Flattening the Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve

Pract.us

Most employees forget their training shortly after taking it. If training starts in the classroom, everyone knows it doesn’t end there. As Bill Rosenthal pointed out, there is a learning curve and then there is a forgetting curve. But when it comes to employee learning and development, the forgetting curve can be a major obstacle. Here are a few to try out. Train employees on what’s needed now.

Take Charge of your eLearning environment

Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: What's the Difference?

Dashe & Thomson

by Heather Sather. The terms “Quality Control” (QC) and “Quality Assurance” (QA) frequently create confusion among learning professionals. Because it's common for the same team or person to handle both functions, the terms are often used interchangeably. However, QC and QA are distinctly different terms, each with it's own definition. Quality Control Quality

4 Handy Common Craft Instructional Videos

eLearning Brothers

Back in 2015, we partnered with the fine people of Common Craft and added many of their distinctive assets to our library. One of the many assets that they offer are instructional videos, presented in the unique and consistent Common Craft style we’ve come to know and love. Intellectual Property. In the age of the internet, intellectual property rights are more important than ever before.

What is Learning’s Role in Talent Management?

CLO Magazine

The pressure to recruit and retain top talent is more intense than ever, as is the need to create a diverse, responsive and productive organizational culture. According to an October 2016 survey from ManpowerGroup, employers are facing the highest global talent shortage since 2007. As a result, learning leaders have to adopt a new mindset. That can only happen by breaking the ties that bind.

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Errors and misconceptions

Clark Quinn

When I was a grad student, my advisor looked a lot at error. HIs particular focus was to prevent it through good interface design.  He characterized them as of two types: slips and mistakes. Slips are when you have the right intent, but from elements of our architecture end up making the wrong move. Mistakes are when your intentions are wrong. Make practice meaningful. design

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Get an Exclusive Articulate Storyline Game Show Template from eLearning Brothers

40+ Instructional Design and eLearning Books

Experiencing eLearning

If your New Year’s Resolution is to read more books, you’ve found the right post. This is a compilation and update of my previous book list and review posts. Instructional Design. Design For How People Learn by Julie Dirksen is one of my favorite books in the field. I’ve recommended it many times. It’s easy to read and understand. Read my review for more details. Visual Design.

Articulate: A Complete 360

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kal Hadi, CTT,  COTP       The long anticipated Articulate Storyline upgrade was announced recently by Articulate and came not as Storyline 3 (as many expected) but rather in the form of the subscription-based  Articulate 360 , a suite of tools that includes every tool that Articulate makes. Articulate has decided to change the way upgrades to their products are going to work in the future. There will no longer be traditional upgrades to the licensed products that one has purchased and installed on their desktop. Articulate 360 Articulate Storyline

Do We Practice What We Preach?

CLO Magazine

When I do my typical debriefing at the end of each conference I try and consider two perspectives: What were the running themes, and what is the collective buzz, or the overall feel of the event? This year, two conflicting topics were common. With the movement toward more personalized learning there is a lot of talk about the power of failure and mistakes in the learning process. They get it.

EdTech Tools and Apps For Creating Knowledge-Based Content

InSync Training

We opened this series by introducing six technology toolbox compartments that are used in blended learning to provide content, develop interaction, and perform assessment. Knowing which tools to use in each piece of your modern learning design improves the learning experience. Both of these are much easier to work with than Mobile office, and cost less than $10 each.

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Can compliance training actually be fun?

Raptivity

Let’s face it. No one EVER looks forward to compliance training sessions. The reason people attend compliance training sessions is same as the reason six-year-olds brush their teeth every morning. Because it’s mandatory. Compliance trainings are somewhat tricky to administer because they are not about sharing information or teaching a new skill. Instead, compliance training is usually about influencing employees to alter their behaviour favourably. When it comes to topics such as anti-discrimination, anti-bribery, business etiquette etc. The key is to make it relatable to the audienc e.

What’s the Benefit of “Fun” in Games?

Knowledge Guru

Yes, I know. You’ve heard that games are very useful for learning. However, it’s less about creating a game than actually understanding what it is that people find “fun” about playing games. There is power in understanding what makes games engaging to us. Armed with that knowledge, you can use it to inform your learning designs. This table offers a quick summary. Game Activities People Find Fun.

Learning During Times of Growth

CLO Magazine

This From the Vault article was originally published on CLOmedia.com in April 2006. . Many CLOs and other learning executives are walking with a bit more spring in their steps these days, and perhaps smiling a bit more often. Growth can mean many different things, of course, depending on industry segment and an organization’s current market position. Ramping Up for Organic Growth. It makes sense.

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5 Steps to Making a Viral Educational Infographic

ATD Learning Technologies

Making an educational infographic is relatively easy. Making it viral is the hard part. The following is a way to do it: STEP 1: Start with a topic that is popular (i.e., in the news, trending on social media). STEP 2: Choose a provocative title that mentions the hot topic. This is your headline. It should give people a reason to care about your infographic. https://canva.com. https://infogr.am.

Living up to the Promise of eLearning: Closing the Learning-Doing Gap

5 Reasons Why Online Learning is Valuable

TOPYX LMS

Online learning is valuable – this statement is practically inarguable. Over the past couple of decades, online learning has slowly but surely crept into nearly every type of company, organization, educational institution, nonprofit, multinational, association, and healthcare establishment. Because of this, it has become a go-to delivery system for corporate training. billion industry? It’s true.

How to Rock Being a Training Leader

Litmos

The business of training and development is crucial to any organization’s performance. Businesses, want to gain a competitive advantage and for others the need to improve productivity or obtain better business outcomes is the pain point of the moment.  Ultimately, all organizations are looking to optimize the talent of their workforce. Then, I stopped and pondered. Hmmm, training leadership?

How to Kick Your Own Rear

CLO Magazine

Leaders, wouldn’t it be great if people just agreed with everything you said? Wouldn’t life be friction-free if people did exactly what you wanted? world devoid of butt kicks, unfortunately, exists only in your sweet dreams. Your concerns mean little in a world that is so worried about itself. The first law of leadership is: it’s not about you. The more you focus on others, the better you’ll do.

Defining 5 Modern Instructional Strategies

InSync Training

We have explored some new language of learning definitions this week, so let’s continue our exploration by defining a few different instructional strategies that we use on a regular basis to design, develop, deliver, produce, and facilitate our modern learning campaigns. Instructional strategies are the approaches that we use in the design, development, and delivery of learning to engage our students in learning experiences. We choose these strategies based on what, how, where, and when we want our learners to learn.

Attract, Engage, and Develop Talent using Open Badges: An IBM case study