Using LearnDash with Live Webinars: A Guide


One of the most common questions we get from our users has to do with running a webinar. This one’s easy enough. Free platforms tend to have more limited course sizes than large ones. If you have the budget for a premium solution, it’s probably worth the investment to get an option that has a nice range of tools, and then learn how to use them as you decide which ones are most essential for your business.

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Learning Game Design Series, Part 4: Game Elements

Knowledge Guru

There are many game elements you can include; this graphic shows 12 common ones: Note: Because there are so many, this post focuses only on the first five. Example: conflict between quality and time constraints or quality and budget. Cooperation gets people working together; competition pits people against one another. Only one person or team wins—while everyone else loses. They felt coaching was one means of reducing this timeline.

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Creating an e-learning strategy that works

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On a weekly basis you are already doing some form of strategy (going to the grocery store, buying stuff online, renting a flat/apt/condo/house or buying one, etc.), I should note I define e-learning as online learning). Nowadays, three years is long term, anything beyond that will always change, heck in three years the ice cap could melt and we could all end up on one island or the robots can take over the world, so five years is too long). You will want one. Budget.

The 3 Best (And 3 Worst) Glasses for Virtual Reality Training


Think of it as a more budget-conscious alternative to the Oculus Rift VR glasses. For learning departments with limited budgets, Google’s Cardboard is by far the most cost-friendly option. While it is the most scalable option available, one note of caution for this virtual reality training option: interactivity is not possible.

Angela Brown’s Recurring Revenue Niche Membership Site Journey and Success Story


Creating a one-time course sale often will leave you in a position where you always need to hustle to make sales. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. I lasted all of one day. And I grew up in a large family, I’m one of 19 kids.

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The Year in Learning—89 Hand-Picked L&D-Related Articles from 2017

The Learning Dispatch

We’ve gathered all of Kevin’s 2017 “This Month in Learning” articles and commentary here, grouped into nine categories (noting the number of articles given in each): Accessibility (6). This one’s been making the rounds on social media. One of my favorite articles of the year, “ Prototyping Games at The New York Times: Live Fast. One of the best things about Change Talk 2.0 (in This one discusses spaced learning.

3rd Party Contractors – Course Builds and Costs

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You can find someone who will achieve the above at a nominal cost or variant cost, without destroying budget. Oh, one note: My rule is always to find small boutique firms, or 1-3 teams to build my courses. My perspective: one day uh no. 3rd party contractors/vendors – Creating a Course 4 U. I am a big fan of having 3rd party contractors creating courses.

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