Using Memory Engineering to Aid Learning Retention

Dashe & Thomson

Recently I was re-reading my first-ever post for this blog, based on an article in Wired magazine entitled “Clive Thompson on Memory Engineering." At the time, I found this interesting as a jumping-off point for thinking about how “memory engineering” could be leveraged to increase retention of content learned in the workplace. But calling it “memory engineering” has never caught on.

Complex Content in the Search Engine Age

InSync Training

This blog covers the quandary created by complex content in the era of simple search. Training Magazine Network Session Recap. Our learners have the world at their fingertips.

cmi5 and Expanded PENS Support in SCORM Engine 2017.1

Rustici Software

To that end, we’re happy to include cmi5 and expanded PENS support in our SCORM Engine 2017.1 In this release we’re moving forward with a plan to expand PENS support in SCORM Engine. The post cmi5 and Expanded PENS Support in SCORM Engine 2017.1 Products SCORM Engine xAPI

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Growth Engineering’s Top Articles of 2017

Growth Engineering

Below I reveal Growth Engineering’s top 12 articles from 2017. At Growth Engineering, we believe work, training and everything in between should be fun. The post Growth Engineering’s Top Articles of 2017 appeared first on Growth Engineering.

Growth Engineering & Game Win Award For Outstanding Customer Experience

Growth Engineering

GAME, working in partnership with Growth Engineering, have won the silver gong at the Customer Excellence Awards UK 2017 (CX Awards). Growth Engineering worked closely with GAME to meet these goals and more. ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Don’t worry, it’s not Christmas just yet!

Craig Weiss: “Growth Engineering Top in my NextGen Rankings”

Growth Engineering

This week, the Growth Engineering superheroes are in full celebration mode. In a related blog Craig outlined the functionality of a NextGen LMS: Modern UI – For both learners and administrators.

How Can You Use the Built-in LMS Quiz Engine Effectively?

CommLab India

This blog explains how you can effectively use the quiz engine features of an LMS. Learning Technology LMS

Musings on Memory Engineering to Aid Learning Retention

Dashe & Thomson

In my search for something to write about this month I stumbled upon an article in Wired magazine entitled “ Clive Thompson on Memory Engineering.” But on the other hand, I began to reflect on how we can (and do) use memory engineering to support learning and retention.

Playing with eFrontPro’s 4.3 Gamification Engine

eFront

In this post we’ll have a look at the all new Gamification engine landing in the latest eFrontPro, and how you can use it to make your eLearning courses more fun and instill a sense of competitiveness and community to your learnes. Engine on. Gamification is not all fun and games.

What Is Crawling & How The Search Engine Bots Work Whole Together?

Adobe Captivate

We all know what Search engines are, but very few of us know about how the search engines Bots work. It is important to know about search engine functionalities. So, this blog intends to give you all the details about search engine bots and for this, we are going to discuss following points; What is crawling? Why is it a prime function of the search engine? How does the Search Engine Bots work efficiently? Finding answers in search engines-.

8 Years of Blogging

Experiencing eLearning

I missed my anniversary by a few days, but I’ve now been blogging for 8 years. My Instructional Design Careers posts also continue to be popular, and are a primary way people find me on search engines. Image Credit: Graphic Stock Filed under: Blogging , Lifelong Learning

5 Great Knowledge Retention Tips

Growth Engineering

The post 5 Great Knowledge Retention Tips appeared first on Growth Engineering. Engagement Online Learning Online Learning Glossary The Academy Learning Management System 5 Great Knowledge Retention Tips Blog Gamification Growrh Engineering microlearning Retention W

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Can Help Your Online Course

DigitalChalk eLearning

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to designing your website so that it appears in the non-paid, “organic” section of search results when people search key phrases on sites like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Search engines use your description to place below your title in the search results.

10 Search Engine Marketing Basics You Have to Master

DigitalChalk eLearning

Search engine marketing is a little like chess. In this post, I’ll be covering 10 search engine marketing (SEM) basics that you’ll need to master in order to succeed as a digital marketer. The fourth search engine marketing basic you’ll need to master is writing good text ads.

SCORM.com is sooo 2009

Rustici Software

We are also overhauling RusticiSoftware.com , which is where you’ll soon find information on the products and software solutions that we offer and all of the supporting documentation for our products including SCORM Engine, SCORM Driver, SCORM Cloud and others.

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

A blog, profile, wiki won’t do it. 2 Growth Engineering. The system includes Genie, a strong authoring tool, created by Growth Engineering. 9th – you will be able to purchase it via my business web site, The Craig Weiss Group (link to be posted and noted on social media), via this blog, Linkedin, and other sites too. . Rather, I will be posting these in next week’s blog and in my Linkedin group, E-Learning 24/7. . I love information.

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

A blog, profile, wiki won’t do it. 2 Growth Engineering. The system includes Genie, a strong authoring tool, created by Growth Engineering. Rather, I will be posting these in next week’s blog and in my Linkedin group, E-Learning 24/7. . Tagged: craig weiss , Docebo , eLogic Learning , ExpertusOne , Growth Engineering , LMS , Top 50 LMS Report 2017 , top five LMS , Unicorn Training. I love information. Knowledge. Insight.

How to Start a Blog in 2018: A Step-by-Step Guide

Sell Courses Online

The post How to Start a Blog in 2018: A Step-by-Step Guide appeared first on Sell Courses Online. Starting a blog is one of the best ways to build an audience for your online courses and it’s not by chance that so many successful course creators also run popular blogs in their niche. Blogging can help you drive targeted traffic from search engines as well as social media and thus provide you an opportunity to connect with your potential customers.

Fuelling the Collaboration Engine.

Adobe Captivate

Would wikipedia have worked simply in a blog format ? Collaboration , eLearning 2.0. Let us consider the following questions: When we use a spell-checker in our word-processing tool, and we want to use a word which is not in the dictionary, do we use the "Add to Dictionary" option? Would many people write to the "Letters to the Editor", if the newspaper policy did not allow the authors name to be printed? I am assuming that a majority answer would be Yes, No, No.

LEARNNOVATORS PRESENTS BLOG SERIES ON GAMIFICATION BY KARL KAPP

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading e-learning company, has Karl Kapp writing a series of blog posts for them on gamification. The goal of this series, comprising of five blog posts, is to establish a fundamental understanding about gamification, and to provide pointers on how it can be implemented within an organization. The post LEARNNOVATORS PRESENTS BLOG SERIES ON GAMIFICATION BY KARL KAPP appeared first on Learnnovators - Innovative eLearning Solutions. Chennai (India).

Learning Technology Blogs: An Analyst’s Reading List

Talented Learning

When you need solid advice about learning strategy and technology, which blogs come to mind? If you’ve been ignoring LMS vendor blogs, it’s time to take a closer look. And I’m increasingly impressed by the quality of content in some LMS blogs.

Corporate Knowledge Sharing: Blog Design Tips To Make It Look Good As Well As Help Readers Learn

G-Cube

To encourage the culture of learning and sharing, most modern organizations create blogs which not only showcase latest achievements of the organization but also become the hotbed for collaborative discussions and learning. It is best to keep your blog design clean and logical.

Learning Game Design: a Blog Series by Sharon Boller

Bottom-Line Performance

In early May we launched our Learning Game Design Blog on the Knowledge Guru website. The blog has become a great source of information for anyone interested in game based learning and gamification—thanks in large part to an incredibly in-depth blog series by Sharon Boller.

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This blog is ENTP

From the Coleface

Aside from the scepticism about how it actually works, I was tickled that my blog come up the same as my personal MBTI type. Based on the narrative I feel extra “charming and trend savvy” – although often on this blog I wonder just how grumpy I sound. I was also tickled by the idea that websites might use this to decide compatability for sites for reciprocal linking (a technique to improve search engine rankings).

Ram Charan to HR Managers: Build a ‘People Engine’ Geared for Results, Not Vision

Mindflash

The theme of Charan’s talk was how the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) can add value and build a people engine that will help the business achieve its objectives. > More on e-learning on the Mindflash blog. >

The Sound of Silence | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Check out these links for more insight on the topic: [link] [link] [link] And in case you read through this entire article in the hopes of hearing the song by Simon & Garfunkel, and are now really upset, here you go: Blog this! Download the whitepaper » Blog this!

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Peer Review vs. Search Engine Places - Quality of Information in a Web 2.0 Sources

Tony Karrer

But what really caught my eye was the statement: For information-seekers using their favorite search engine, quality is simple to define. The comment I received on how it was decided was that my posts were in a blog not in a peer-reviewed publication. I almost responded, "but there are other links to blog posts" but luckily realized that might mean deleting links to other "good sources" (in my opinion) and loss of all links to sources that are critical of the term.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Alternative and Activist Search Engines

Mark Oehlert

wisdom » June 22, 2007 Alternative and Activist Search Engines So a post here lays out what it would be like to live for a day without using Google for searching. The value is that it lists 100+ alternative search engines that you may not even be aware of. typekey e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert) Me in Second Life Blog powered by TypePad Member since 08/2003

Blog changes in progress

Visual Lounge

We're in the process of merging four of our blogs (Visual Lounge, TechSmith education community, Jing, and Screencast.com) into one TechSmith blog. As part of that change, we've imported the content and comments from those blogs. We'll share more details and tips once the dust settles a bit, but if you've arrived here from a search engine or been redirected from one of the old blog URLs, please know that you are in the right place!

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Blog: Let The Games Begin!

Unicorn Training

Next week, Unicorn with Growth Engineering in partnership with e.Learning Age, will welcome delegates from across the worlds of eLearning, HR and learning and development to London for 'E-Learning 20-20: Stay Ahead of the Game'.

Why Every Small Business Should Have a Blog

OpenSesame

It’s no wonder an increasing amount of businesses large and small have invested time and money into creating blogs. Blogs have been garnering popularity due to their succinct, creative ways of imparting information, whether it is through infographics or “Top 10” lists. Help Scout Blog.

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Top 5 Game-Based Learning Posts on Our Blog in 2013

Knowledge Guru

We first launched the game engine in October 2012, added the Game Creation Wizard in 2013, and are now humming along with happy customers and a wide range of feature enhancements planned for the coming year. Collectively, this was the “hot topic” on our blog in 2013.

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Learning Circuits - A Spam Blog?

Tony Karrer

Over the weekend, I heard from Dave Lee that the Learning Circuits Blog - home of the monthly big question - had been labelled a spam blog. Here is Dave's note taken for the side bar: I'm writing to you through the sidebar because Google has frozen LCB because they believe it is a spam blog. What's a spam blog? Here's Google's definition: As with many powerful tools, blogging services can be both used and abused.

LEARNNOVATORS PRESENTS “DEEPER E-LEARNING DESIGN” BLOG SERIES BY CLARK QUINN

Learnnovators

Learnnovators, a leading e-learning company in India, has Clark Quinn, one of the most prominent ‘E-learning Gurus’, penning a blog series for them on deeper elearning design. According to Ravi Pratap Singh, Co-founder of Learnnovators, “We are greatly honoured to have Clark Quinn crafting this blog series for us. These blogs will help the learning community benefit from the valuable insights Clark shares on deeper learning design.”. Chennai (India).

Important Notice to Blogger Blog Owners

Tony Karrer

Amazingly, I only recently found out that in transitioning from the old to new Blogger versions, Google was nice enough to add something to my blog: meta name="ROBOTS" content="NOINDEX,NOFOLLOW" This tells the search engine spiders to ignore your page. So, no search engine traffic and Google's blog search didn't work for me. It appears that lots of blogs have this. I really didn't want search engines finding my content.

Stats Review from 2008

Experiencing eLearning

I’ve been blogging for just over 2 years now; my first posts were on December 26, 2008. I’m still quite pleased with the growth I saw in 2008 over my first year of blogging. The top post on that list gets a lot of search engine traffic, but no comments.

Blogs, Social Networks and LinkedIn Answers

Tony Karrer

I received a great question from someone relative to my last post - Required Reading for Training Managers where I continue to suggest the benefits of blogging (see Blogging - I'm Pushing Harder Now and Top Ten Reasons To Blog and Top Ten Not to Blog for recaps of much of this). The question was: What is your assessment of the relative benefits of pure blogging vs LinkedIn Answers and other social networking platform-based discussion venues?