Sat.May 01, 2021

The Problem with Collaboration.

The Simple Shift

Words are powerful and problematic. They can inform and educate but can also misinform (as we’ve all seen in recent years!). Misinformation aside, words paint a picture in our minds based on our preconceived ideas. Simply, they give a connotation.

5 Steps To Build And Scale Your Training Content Strategy

Dan Keckan

Learn how you can structure your content strategy so that you can create training faster, mobilize resources to help scale your efforts, and deploy training on the fly. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.


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Interview: Sheryl Plouffe – Use of Video in Learning and Development

Petra Mayer

Sheryl Plouffe – Video Strategist. In our adapted, and ever-changing world, video has become a necessity. Not just in the world of business, and not just on your couch, but in our personal lives as well. Sheryl is a multi-faceted all-star when it comes to video presence.

Paradiso vs SAP Litmos – Who’s the winner?


Introduction. An LMS comes up with a wide range of essential features and facilitates blended learning, social learning, and mobile learning. It offers a student-centered curriculum and better subject choices that you can pursue and seek a degree in your favorite subject.

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eLearning vs. Conventional Training Approaches

Is online safety training as effective as instructor-led safety training? Find out why the best training outcomes are achieved when they are used together.

5 Subtle Cues That Your Employees Are Not Emotionally Connecting During Online Training

Dan Keckan

Sentiment isn’t really something you link to corporate experience, but it does help corporate learners remember what they learn. Is there a way to see how your online training material is (or isn’t) influencing the emotions of your corporate learners?

Key LMS Challenges: A Practical Guide For School Leaders

Dan Keckan

This article will examine the top key challenges that arise when managing an LMS and what steps school leaders can take to overcome these challenges. The challenges range from issues with the LMS itself to working with staff and students. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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