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Best Practices for Voice-Over

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Studio microphone and pop shield on mic stand. If you are designing and developing eLearning, you are most likely going to need voice-over work. As psychologist Richard Mayer points out in his book, Multimedia Learning , combining narration with visuals will help to increase learning and long-term retention of content.

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Coronavirus Update

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A Letter to CourseArc Clients, We know that our clients are champions of high-quality online learning and are already creating and deploying online content for your learners. As CourseArc users, you are already e-learning trailblazers and most likely will have an easier transition to fully online.

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Generational Differences

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Most eLearning professionals know the importance of incorporating a variety of visual, auditory and kinesthetic activities. However, what many course creators do not realize is that generational differences also play a tremendous role in successful eLearning design. In this article, we will look at the three generational preferences, and review some best practices for developing eLearning solutions for each generation.

Falling Head Over Heels for Online Learning: The 5 Love Languages of the Instructional Designer

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Online learning can conjure some strong love-hate emotions in learners everywhere. Those who are leery of online courses have likely been burned by a bad course experience or burned out trying to create a great course experience for learners of their own.

5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development

In 2021, many of your competitors will invest in talent development software. If you make the right decision, invest in the right software, and if your organization is willing to use it, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide, 5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development.

Q&A: Maryland Historical Society

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Q&A: Maryland Historical Society. Maryland Historical Society Continues to Share Vast Historical Collections Despite Constraints of Pandemic.

Developing Online Programs Efficiently and Effectively

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We are facing unprecedented challenges with the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As entire departments and schools migrate to virtual classes, there is an increasing demand for online learning and working.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online

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A New Paradigm. Schools all across the country (and globally) are closed. Administrators and teachers are faced with the daunting task of having to move traditional face-to-face courses online. Students are trying to stay connected with their classmates and their peers.

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Q&A: World of Learning Institute

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Q&A: World of Learning Institute. World of Learning Institute Works to Ensure World Language Education is Accessible to Everyone. Dr. Patricia “Pat” Mulroy of the World Learning Institute.

An Introduction to LTI

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The LTI standard was first released in 2010 replacing the outdated Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) standard. Released in 2000, SCORM required the tool or application to be saved in a static downloadable package (.zip zip file) that couldn’t be updated dynamically.

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Deliver Effective Online Education and Events Your Members Will Love

This guide identifies the biggest challenges for associations moving their training online and provides practical solutions so that you can hit the ground running. Download now to keep your members engaged and growing even in times of COVID-19.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 5

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Step 5: Planning for the Future. Congratulations! Now that you have identified your tools, built basic courses, provided support, and incorporated assessments and feedback, you are on your way to becoming skilled in online development and instruction. The next step is to look towards the future.

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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 4

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Step 4: Evaluation. After following steps 1 to 3 in your journey, you are now several weeks into teaching online. Your courses are established, resources are in place and communication lines are flowing. The final step to consider is evaluation.

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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 3

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Step 3: Ongoing Support. Congratulations! You have successfully launched your lessons online. That was a big feat! The next step is to ensure appropriate support options are prepared. As an educator, students and parents are looking to you as an expert, even if you’ve never taught online.

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CourseArc Develops Tool that Enables Sharing of Course Content Across Counties and States

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In a time where collaborative virtual learning needs to happen at breakneck speed, CourseArc, a content authoring and management tool, has developed a feature that enables the sharing of course content across counties and states.

Bridging the Gap Between HR and Safety

Members of HR are known for taking on different types of tasks. Safety training isn’t always one of them, but in reality, it makes sense that it should be. Learn how safety aligns with the goals of any HR team and how managing it can make your job easier.

CourseArc Develops Tool that Enables Sharing of Course Content Across Counties and States

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In a time where collaborative virtual learning needs to happen at breakneck speed, CourseArc, a content authoring and management tool, has developed a feature that enables the sharing of course content across counties and states.

Q&A: World of Learning Institute

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Q&A: World of Learning Institute. World of Learning Institute Works to Ensure World Language Education is Accessible to Everyone. Dr. Patricia “Pat” Mulroy of the World Learning Institute.

CourseArc Develops Tool that Enables Sharing of Course Content Across Counties and States

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In a time where collaborative virtual learning needs to happen at breakneck speed, CourseArc, a content authoring and management tool, has developed a feature that enables the sharing of course content across counties and states.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 2

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Step 2: Rapid Development of Online Content . What Will You Teach? At the core of every course is content. Depending on what you teach, this may also include academic standards. Start with the plan of what you intended to teach and go through each lesson.

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3 Guiding Principles to Support the Human Dimension in Learning

Speaker: Dr. Amy Titus, Managing Director in Human Capital at Deloitte Consulting

Join Dr. Amy Titus, Managing Director in Human Capital at Deloitte Consulting, for her exclusive session where she will be discussing the 3 guiding principles for the future of learning, and how these can affect the design of work in organizations.

Q&A: We Are Marcus

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Q&A: We Are Marcus. We Are Marcus Works to Address Inequities in Education through Mentorship . Christopher C. King, Founder of We Are Marcus.

Q&A: We Are Marcus

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Q&A: We Are Marcus. We Are Marcus Works to Address Inequities in Education through Mentorship . Christopher C. King, Founder of We Are Marcus.

Q&A: Maryland Historical Society

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Q&A: Maryland Historical Society. Maryland Historical Society Continues to Share Vast Historical Collections Despite Constraints of Pandemic.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 5

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Step 5: Planning for the Future. Congratulations! Now that you have identified your tools, built basic courses, provided support, and incorporated assessments and feedback, you are on your way to becoming skilled in online development and instruction. The next step is to look towards the future.

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5 Reasons Leaders Invest in Language Training

Communication is the lifeforce of any company. Without it, productivity, employee happiness, and ultimately your business suffers. Investing in language learning better positions global business leaders to see gains in organizational effectiveness as a result.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 4

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Step 4: Evaluation. After following steps 1 to 3 in your journey, you are now several weeks into teaching online. Your courses are established, resources are in place and communication lines are flowing. The final step to consider is evaluation.

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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 3

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Step 3: Ongoing Support. Congratulations! You have successfully launched your lessons online. That was a big feat! The next step is to ensure appropriate support options are prepared. As an educator, students and parents are looking to you as an expert, even if you’ve never taught online.

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Maryland Historical Society Teams Up with CourseArc to Deliver Free Online Education

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CourseArc, a user-friendly digital content authoring and management platform, and the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) announced today that they have teamed up to deliver free online education courses on the rich history and culture of Maryland through their Historical Investigations Portal.

Maryland Historical Society Teams Up with CourseArc to Deliver Free Online Education

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CourseArc, a user-friendly digital content authoring and management platform, and the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) announced today that they have teamed up to deliver free online education courses on the rich history and culture of Maryland through their Historical Investigations Portal.

The Ins and Outs of Connecting Technologies in a Modern Learning Ecosystem

Speaker: TJ Seabrooks, former CEO at Rustici Software

Have you ended up with a collection of content inputs and data outputs that might be hard to wrangle? If your organization uses multiple LMSs and has content coming from many different places, or you’re heading in this direction, this webinar is for you.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 2

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Step 2: Rapid Development of Online Content . What Will You Teach? At the core of every course is content. Depending on what you teach, this may also include academic standards. Start with the plan of what you intended to teach and go through each lesson.

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Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 1

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Step 1: Triage & Planning. By March, the school year is typically well under way. Classroom routines are established and the remainder of the year has been planned out. However, this crisis turned everything upside down. Wait, what?

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CourseArc Announces Partnership with Griffin-Hammis Associates

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Griffin-Hammis Associates (GHA), a nationally recognized leader in Customized Employment training and technical assistance, announces the upcoming release of its newly revised Certified Business and Technical Assistance Consultant (CBTAC) course.

10 Helpful Resources for Online Course Designers

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If you’ve never created an online course before, you may not be familiar with the term “instructional designer,” but that’s exactly what you’re about to become! Instructional design is the act of creating of educational resources. It’s the functional application of design aspects like color theory, typography, and user experience to the goal of teaching.

6 Ways to Secure (More Of) a Budget for Your Customer Education Program

Whether you’re looking to kickstart or expand your customer education program, you need access to a budget. Learn how you can demonstrate the positive ROI of customer training and make the case for securing a larger budget in our latest eBook!

How to Help Struggling Adult Learners

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Young students may be open to receiving helpful guidance or critiques from their teachers, but adult learners tend to have a much different perception of their own abilities. (If If you doubt this, think about the last time you received criticism or “guidance” from a manager or peer at work. How did you react?).

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