The 34 Best Training Video Software – Full Comparison Guide


Today, interactive videos include a variety of features that can augment your video and provide a pluralistic learning environment. Users love to interact with learning content. 21 Pinnacle Studio 23. Pinnacle Studio 23 Screenshot. Pinnacle Studio 23.

Understanding learning transfer through Archwell Academies

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She questioned her adequacy and her ability to learn. With frustration mounting at her partner’s questioning, she blurts out a learning and development practitioner’s worst fear: “I didn’t learn how to do my job.”. Understanding learning transfer.

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Resetting the learning function to a virtual-first approach

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Learning and development professionals continue to be tasked with designing for a reality that is no more. FIGURE 1: Accessibility of learning environments. This includes a deep understanding of the participants’ parameters and preferences for learning.

3 LMS Must-Have’s to Support Synchronous eLearning


One of the biggest benefits of e-learning is the flexibility it offers, learners anywhere around the world can all become a part of the same course and learning community. With all of this flexibility and the ability to cater to each learner’s preferred learning style, most e-learning course strategies are divided into what is known as synchronous and asynchronous learning categories. What is Synchronous Learning?

The Dos and Don’ts of Creating a Learning and Development Culture

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Creating a culture of learning and development is one of the best things you can do for your organization. Discover how creating a desirable learning environment not only improves engagement and retention, but increases your bottom line. What does your learning culture look like?

5 Best Practices for Effective Performance Questions


Performance questions are the pinnacle of training programs and are usually based on the performance context. Focus on the target objective and create a question that demonstrates specific learning. A good idea to start with, is the learning objective. Try to divide one learning objective into learning sub-objectives. Create a performance test bases on one learning sub-objective.

My top ten tools

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Pinnacle Studio: This is a cheapy video editor. Moodle: Who ever thought I'd own my own virtual learning environment? Adobe Illustrator: Still learning this tool, but I'm determined to make it my first choice for creating artwork. Jane Hart asked me to come up with a list of my top ten tools. Jane has already persuaded Jay Cross to do his (and very interesting it is too, see here ) and now it's my turn.