Sun.May 15, 2022

The Best LMS Plugin to Create and Sell Courses Online

LifterLMS

Learn about the best LMS plugin to create and sell courses online in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. LifterLMS is the most powerful, flexible, independently-owned-and-operated learning management system for WordPress and in this episode we dive into the 6.0

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Does Humor Keep Students Engaged?

Dan Keckan

There are different ways humor can be added to online learning—this study covers four ways it improved content understanding. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. eLearning Design and Development Instructional Design Learner Engagement Online Learners Retention

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Gamifying Corporate Training – Five Common Pitfalls to Watch Out For

ScholarLMS

Gamifying corporate training, either partially or fully, tends to make the often mundane routine a tad more interesting and engaging. The effectiveness of such gamified training programs largely depends on how suitably designers adapt gaming techniques to fulfill the training needs.

eLearning Skills 2030: Connecting The Dots

Dan Keckan

As machines become increasingly more accurate and intelligent, we humans will need to sharpen our structured thinking and problem-solving skills. This article, the second in the "eLearning Skills 2030" series, explores why connecting the dots is a critical skill and how to sharpen it.

The Future of eLearning in 2022: A Sensitive Eye for Authentic Translation and Localization

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

To avoid awkward and sometimes disastrous learning content, instructional designers must use authentic translation in the right context to get optimal results. Join Chris Paxton, President of D3 Training Solutions, to walk through simple strategies step by step.

8 Qualifications To Consider For Your Next VR Training Outsourcing Partner

Dan Keckan

Cost and training solutions are top priorities. But skills should be at the top of your vendor vetting list. Let’s look at the top qualifications to consider for your next virtual reality training outsourcing partner. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.