What is Blended Learning? A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

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What is Blended Learning? Blended learning combines the best of two training environments—traditional face-to-face classroom training and high-tech eLearning. Why Blended Learning? Luckily, corporate learning is catching up.

7 Tips to Keep Your eLearning Project on Track

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Nothing guarantees an eLearning project’s success or failure more than your stakeholders not understanding clearly what is expected of them. 2) Create a project plan that lays all this out. Create accountability! 4) When feedback on design documents, storyboards, graphical user interfaces, graphical elements, built courses, etc.

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A happy and successful 2018!

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Are You Preparing Your New Hires to Succeed or Fail?

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Does the training for new hires match the job? When these answers are provided, then common follow-up questions sound like this: – “What is the training for?”. – “Yes, but it is about developing the individual.”. – “But isn’t the purpose of developing the individual so that s/he can improve his/her results and hence the results of the organization?”. OK great so does the training for new hires match the job so they know what to do when they start?”.

Why Pay Attention to Games?

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Because of that success, gamification — the strategy of bringing elements of a game to real-world experiences — has become a buzzword in the learning world. They engage us to learn, act, fail and repeat this process toward the achievement of a self-accepted goal, out of our own free will or volition. Motivational factors can have a direct effect on learning transfer. Game designers use strategies to leverage intrinsic motivators to attain long-term engagement.