The Olympics – A Guideline to Continuous Learning


The Olympics – A Guideline to Continuous Learning. However, I am sure that sounds a little more glorious than the actual act would be. The post The Olympics – A Guideline to Continuous Learning appeared first on Gyrus.

5 Guidelines for Using Your Phone at Work


However, even if your company has not banned cell phone use, you should follow some guidelines when it comes to using your phone at work. Research shows that intermittent distractions like checking your phone or notification sounds can derail your productivity.

Encouraging Autonomy in Corporate Learning – Content Guidelines That You Could Follow

Harbinger Interactive Learning

Does this sound familiar? By definition, autonomy is your capacity to take responsibility for, and control of, your own learning, whether in an institution, or completely independent of an instructor or institution. Can you relate to it? Let’s explore further in this article.

Step by Step Guide: Using the Communicate Your Corporate Guidelines Template


Are you are thinking about making a video to explain your corporate guidelines but you are just missing some structure? Let’s assume you are a bookstore called Magical Books and you want to provide your audience with a short and comprehensible look into the guidelines.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

adheres to your visual guidelines. colors to your exact brand guidelines, and then specify other details such as font sizes, backgrounds, and menu items. sound complex and potentially costly but. Think that sounds unlikely when there are massive. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

Section 508 and WCAG – Compliances to Increase Accessibility in Elearning

Adobe Captivate

In this blog, we will discuss the eLearning course accessibility challenges and corresponding compliances – Section 508 and WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). Hearing impaired learner may completely miss-out the course narration or sound signals.

What You Need to Know About the New 508 Compliance Rules

eLearning Brothers

This rule updated the Section 508 standards and Section 255 guidelines in response to market trends and innovations and aligned Sections 508 and 255 with other standards both in the U.S. View the complete text of the new guidelines. 508 compliance—it’s the hottest topic in eLearning!

Weekly Bookmarks (5/1/11)

Experiencing eLearning

Includes guidelines based on their survey of employees. A full 85% said the voice only needs to sound good enough to get the point across without having to strain to understand it. A surprising 9% said the narration could be computer-generated as long as it didn’t sound too robot-like. Here are the guidelines we have adopted as a result of this study: [How much?] How Much Narration in eLearning?

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4 Popular Instructional Design Models [Infographic]

CommLab India

An instructional design model is a set of guidelines that help instructional designers approach, structure, and design a course based on sound instructional design principles. An instructional design model is a framework to develop instructional materials.

Understanding Mini-Game Options that are Part of Drive

Knowledge Guru

Given specific situations and your knowledge of policies, procedures, or guidelines, determine whether to act or not to act. Unlock the safe before the alarm sounds. Guidelines for Creating Balloon Burst. Guidelines for Creating #Happy. Guidelines for Creating Safecracker.

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Learning and the Brain

eLearning Brothers

Sounds a lot like what L&D departments do, right? And, you can learn some of his secrets by attending “ Practical Guidelines from Cognitive Science for Creating Awesome Learning ” at DevLearn in October. There’s a new movement called Organizational Psychology.

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Wise technology?

Clark Quinn

We can provide guidelines about good decisions, provide support through the process, etc. Does that sound wise to you? At a recent event, they were talking about AI (artificial intelligence) and DI (decision intelligence).

Formatting Tips for Voice Over Scripts

Experiencing eLearning

A few formatting guidelines can make our scripts clearer and easier to use. If your organization has standard practices, follow those guidelines; they probably work fine and are what people are accustomed to working with.

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Should Marketing Review eLearning Courses?

Association eLearning

If there are specific color schemes defined then the course’s branding needs to follow those guidelines. Instructional designers want to create a structurally sound course that all stakeholders approve of.

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The Fact and Fiction of Online Training

Association eLearning

Most online courses provide specific guidelines and time commitments for learners (e.g. These guidelines are meant to be followed and learners still need to “show up” to be successful.

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Top 7 tips for Innovative eLearning Development

Your Training Edge

Pursue this essential guideline, and it will help to achieve your learning targets. They give more noteworthy commitment than just content or pictures since they provide sound and visual content. eLearning development is a matter that is concerned to us.

Swiping or Matching?

Association eLearning

So why does this story sound so familiar? Here are some guidelines from Forbes that can help you make the best match: 1. While following these “7Cs” is no guarantee for success, these guidelines can help you avoid swiping yourself into one-night stand.

The Fact and Fiction of Online Training

Association eLearning

Most online courses provide specific guidelines and time commitments for learners (e.g. These guidelines are meant to be followed and learners still need to “show up” to be successful.

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How Long Should Videos Be for E-Learning?


Of course, you could take your cue from the guidelines from the world-famous TED Talks: No presenter, no matter who they are, is allowed to deliver a talk longer than 18 minutes. The rule has some pretty sound reasoning behind it. This all sounds great so far as it goes, but most online instructors aren’t delivering TED talks. Videos are an essential aspect of online education. But how long is too long? And how short is too short?

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What Happens in the Brain When You learn a Language?

Your Training Edge

The reason behind this is that adults often have ingrained biases and preferences and will mostly ignore some minor language rules and guidelines. Consequently, a child who learns a foreign language is more likely to sound like a native speaker than an adult.

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Top 3 tips for creating professional looking videos for training


Creativity, however, is still highly necessary, since the artistic quality cannot be achieved simply by following the following sensible guidelines: Three point lighting renders great effects. Capturing sound separately works best.

Best Practices for Online Course Design


However, instead of randomly creating courses using any/all of these tools, or packing new tools into a module just because they seem trendy or expected, course developers must follow sound instructional design principles to make their eLearning truly effective.

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The Difference Between Empathy and Sympathy (And when to use each one)

Association eLearning

It’s an often repeated tenet of instructional design and it sounds great in theory. For example, I can relate the importance of new safety guidelines by putting characters into the same dangerous situations the learners might find themselves in. “Make your audience care.”

eLearning: What's the Best Microphone for Voiceover Audio?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

It's got a built-in sound card (built right into the cord) that does a great job of cancelling out internal computer noises. Also, I noticed when I moved my head, the microphone sometimes picked up a sound that reminded me of crumpling paper. It is a small 10x10 and the sound is consistent. What It adds great sound to the finished product. It has great noise cancellation and produces a very nice sound. That gives me awesome, studio quality sound.

5 Instagram Accounts Doing Captioning Right

3Play Media

For starters, when social video relies on sound to help tell a story, it becomes inaccessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Facebook uncovered that 80% of viewers react negatively to videos autoplaying with sound. The video has no sound and is spoken in ASL.

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3 Practical Ways to Lower the Cost of Employee Training


So while cutting out training may sound like a good way to save money, in reality it is a good way to raise an organization’s bottom line. Reducing the cost of employee training may sound daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.

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Keep It Simple, Stupid!

Coffee and Design

I responded to a recent question on Quora this morning, What are the best web design tips or guidelines for non-designers? While this sounds simple, it often isn’t. see [link] ). If I could share one tip it would have to be “simplicity.” We design not for ourselves but for our audience.

Cognitive Load Theory: The Key to Smarter Instructional Design

Origin Learning

Attributable to John Sweller who developed this theory after thoroughly studying problem solving, CLT provides guidelines for improving learning and retention by focusing on the memory capacity of human beings. Ironic as it may sound, germane load is actually a desirable one.

#ASTD2012 ICE: Recap of day 2 and 3

Challenge to Learn

That doesn’t sound as a lot for a talk of one hour, but it was great. I expected a bit more from him, giving more guidelines and directions to the audience of which steps to take. These where two long days. I saw some great presentations and some that were not.

8 Benefits of Transcribing & Captioning Videos

3Play Media

guidelines as the accessibility standards to meet, which includes both captioning and audio description requirements. Flexible Viewing in Sound-Sensitive Environments. According to Digiday, 85% of Facebook videos are played without sound.

Why and how to design accessible eLearning


Which is why organizations like Worldwide Web Consortium have published accessibility guidelines for content and authoring tools. Accessible learning sounds great, right? Theodore Roosevelt once said: “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” But what is the other 50% for learners?

How to Assemble the Perfect eLearning Team

ThinkingKap Solutions

It starts with color schemes, alignment with branding guidelines, and an intuitive user interface. Many times companies try to handle this internally using someone who “sounds good,” but this doesn’t typically come out well.

Making BYOD Work: Benefits And Best Practices

Origin Learning

Giving flexibility to learners” and “Making them more satisfied and productive” sound too clichéd unless concrete steps are taken to actually facilitate learning whenever employees want it. Bring Your Own Device or BYOD as it is popularly called, is not just another fad.

Integrating Game Design Principles into Instructional Design for e-Learning

Experiencing eLearning

The initial feedback in this example is not really intrinsic; it’s more of the “No, find the more pressing concern&# or “Yes, that’s right by the guidelines.&# These are my live blogged notes from the webinar.

Curated Insights: Writing Good Questions


Unfortunately, it sounds a lot easier than it is. It may not sound as exciting as creating videos or interactive simulations, but great question design can be an essential tool for growing knowledge on critical workplace topics. But where do those guidelines come from?