Creating an e-learning strategy that works

eLearning 24-7

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). You always have goals in mind, and they can change as you move forward with your program). Absolutely, but you must identify at least one target audience, otherwise you will just be blasting out your strategy with no end game in mind. 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. The HTC Vive is above all a gaming headset, not ideally suited for virtual reality training programs.

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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. Angela emphasizes creating a culture that makes people want to come back and continue to engage with your program. I lasted all of one day.

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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). Program Design (11). 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.