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LMS Review: Docebo 7

Talented Learning

It can manage elearning, ILT, dozens of languages, social integration, gamification, virtual classrooms and ecommerce. Substantial new capabilities for coaching, sharing and mentoring. Build course components using SCORM, xAPI, videos, files, HTML, slides.

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The Importance of Being an Instructional Designer

Origin Learning

Tools like Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Lectora Inspire, and the open-source favorite Adapt, are changing the way organizations are creating eLearning. Remember, you are not just creating a set of slides that will be animated to create a video course!

Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

How to add Fluid Boxes to the slides. Learn how a solid foundation for coaching was established and how the program grew and was scaled up for company-wide adoption, experiencing many challenges and successes along the way. Learn more about the ROI of coaching.

State of the E-Learning Industry 2017

eLearning 24-7

Coaching and Mentoring tools (mobile is a key component). Social learning tools (not the same as a Social Learning Platform). I did not include PowerPoint or Slide tools that can be seen online. Because, that is a stretch to slide them (no pun intended) into the e-learning space, just because they are online. . Social Learning Platforms. Social engagement has never been overpowering in any SLP. Lectora Online. Coach and Mentoring tools .

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

Maybe it is forward thinking or mobile, social, gamification, analytics or reports. While it does slide into the UX/UI, it has components that stand alone. Within the features piece, I look at mobile, social, gamification BUT also look at the newbies showing up – deep learning, content curation, coaching/social mentoring, video (inc. P2P, video streaming, video/webcam assessment/coaching, etc.) . Having social, some form of it.

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

Maybe it is forward thinking or mobile, social, gamification, analytics or reports. While it does slide into the UX/UI, it has components that stand alone. Within the features piece, I look at mobile, social, gamification BUT also look at the newbies showing up – deep learning, content curation, coaching/social mentoring, video (inc. P2P, video streaming, video/webcam assessment/coaching, etc.) . Having social, some form of it.

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

Having content pushed on us in the form of bullets and slides is clicking boring. Instead of designing by focusing on content (let alone PowerPoint slides) as is so common, we produce engaging e-learning by focusing on the learning experience first and foremost.

State of the Authoring Tool Industry

eLearning 24-7

The other huge issue is that the course terms of chapter-page-lesson/scenario and so forth has turned into “slides” As an added bonus, some products do not enable folks to have a TOC or even push or mention of it. Layout screen – slides or whatever you wish to call them on the left side, the building of the course in the middle. I’ve seen a few vendors offer the “hierarchy” option rather than the slide look on the left side.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

Like right now, I am launching a module on supporting civil rights, like how your USDA rights are established for purchasing food, a module on blood safety, a module on hand washing, and we’re working on a series of modules right now on supervisory skills to be better coaches and supervisors.