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The ICE Cube Engagement Induction Framework (Part II)

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This is the second and last post of the series – Planning the perfect induction program for your company. Hello! I know I am posting this after a long gap. I was busy helping one of the leading finance companies in India in planning their Induction programme. Luckily, The ICE Cube Framework helped!

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The ICE Cube Engagement Induction Framework

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This is the first of the 3 posts of the series – Planning the perfect induction program for your company. Imagine…there are some guests at your door. You open the door, say ‘hello’, hand them a mug of coffee and just walk away…. This is how a lot of organisations welcome their new employees.

7 key elements of an engaging learning flow

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Learning is a process, not an event, which makes the planning of the journey through the process, a critical part of learning design. The navigation of learning flows is fundamental to the success of any micro-learning implementation.

How brands are using gamification to boost engagement

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5 simple tricks to engage the learner

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5 tips to make your learning games more effective

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5 useful sources to collate content for your next micro-learning course

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Why you should use case studies to make your elearning course more engaging

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There is a big difference between a course that is engaging , and a course that is well-documented. You may create a comprehensive course with interactive branch scenarios and detailed explanation, but, if it is not relevant to the learner, than it will just confuse or worst case, frustrate her. Such a pattern may be good and easy to build, but it is only good enough to share information. It lacks in creating engagement and results in poor retention in the mind of the learner.

Take Charge of your eLearning environment

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8 reasons to use serious games for training

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Highly Engaging. Serious games are very engaging and communicate in a fashion that is easily acceptable by the human mind. Use of elements like story, interesting characters, relevant settings, etc engage the user emotionally. Safe Environment. Users learn to deal with real life-like situations in a safe and engaging environment. They can make mistakes and keep on practicing till they are well-trained, which in turn boosts their confidence. Instructional Design Based.

A day in the life of a serious game developer

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If you are in the serious gaming industry, then probably, you would be familiar with this conversation. The conversation starts with me saying that I work with a serious gaming company). The Other Guy: So, you develop games like Angry Birds? Which one have you developed? Me (Exasperated already): No! We develop serious games. Not the fancy ones like Angry Birds or Candy Crush. The Other Guy: Serious Games? What is it? Me: These are games which are developed for purpose other than entertainment.

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Is micro-learning the solution you need?

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Micro-learning (a.k.a. micro learning or micro-learning) is an emergent learning strategy known for quickly closing skill and knowledge gaps. It seems to be an ideal instructional approach for many situations because: Information changes quickly. People find it difficult to keep up with things. Resources are freely available online. Newer technologies support it. What is Micro-learning?

How to design a micro-learning system for your organisation in 6 easy steps

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Designing a learning system for any organisation is a critical task. It’s not easy, given the fact that one has to consider the various departments in an organisation and understand their training requirements. Not to forget, coordinating and collaborating with different entities like Learning Consultant, Human Resources, IT and so on. One often gets confused on where to begin. The good news is, once you finish reading this article, you will know exactly how to start and where to start.

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When to use visuals in learning content

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Do you really need to include visuals in your learning content, or you should avoid them? Find out by taking this ‘Picture Test’ ! Will the visual make the content easy to understand? Will the visual be more effective than an extensive description? Will the visual help you structure your content in a better way? Will the visual make your content attractive enough to grab the reader’s attention? Will the visual help you reinforce the central idea?

7 things to check before implementing a micro-learning system in your organisation

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Implementing a learning system for any organisation is not an easy task. It requires deep analysis of the organisation’s requirements, resources and estimation of the future needs as well. The key to a proper implementation of any learning system is identifying the constraints and defining the specifications for the system.

5 tips to make elearning better using storytelling

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5 reasons why micro-learning works for millennials

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Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

Off-the-shelf elearning is applicable for a wide audience, but it won’t address your organization’s unique situations or distinctive content. So are these courses all that helpful? For sure! Read on for 7 secrets to make off-the-self learning your own.

Off the shelf vs Custom Courses: What’s the difference?

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5 reasons why cloud-based authoring tools are perfect for game-based learning

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The ICE Cube Engagement Induction Framework

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This is the first of the 3 posts of the series – Planning the perfect induction program for your company. Imagine…there are some guests at your door. You open the door, say ‘hello’, hand them a mug of coffee and just walk away…. This is how a lot of organisations welcome their new employees.

5 tips to use puzzle games in e-learning

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Learning Insights Guide 2017: Progress with Purpose

Navigating the ever-changing world of eLearning can be a challenge, but many people are finding a way to manage it, as well as a clear path forward. With Learning Insights, you can develop an even clearer sense of purpose, taking your vision to reality.

5 reasons why a game-based assessment is perfect for modern enterprises

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The picture test for e-learning

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5 reasons why you should use QuoDeck for game-based learning

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5 tips to integrate 3D educational games in e-learning

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[Study] The Anatomy of a Training Course

Want to create the perfect training course? The experts from Skilljar analyzed content creation trends within the training space. Their findings can serve as a benchmark as you build out your own strategy. Click to download.

5 benefits of Game-Based learning

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5 best practices for incorporating games into training courses

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5 easy to use quiz templates from QuoDeck that you should know about

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5 tips for incorporating corporate branding in your E-learning module

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The complete eLearning journey

As an eLearning designer wouldn’t it be great if you could take charge of your eLearning environment right from storyboarding your ideas to generating responsive eLearning courses to being able to effectively deploy and track your learners’ performance?

5 reasons to use serious games for training

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