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eLearning: Determining the Best Size for Today's Lessons

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel      When developing eLearning lessons using any of the top development tools (Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or TechSmith Camtasia Studio), you need to take the size of your learner's device into account. But what's the ideal size for an eLearning lesson? How big is its screen?

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Learning and Development Lessons of 2022

Wisetail

The post Learning and Development Lessons of 2022 appeared first on Wisetail LMS. What were the most popular and effective learning and development initiatives in 2022? And where does L&D go from here?

Lesson 264
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How Long Should My Online Lessons Be?

LearnDash

If you’re planning your first online lessons, one of the first decisions you will have to make is how long your lessons should be. If you’ve taken the time to create a course outline, it should be your primary guide in determining how much content you have in each lesson. Not every lesson needs topics. Course Topic A2.2

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What I Learned From Product Developers To Develop Online Lessons

eLearning Industry

How is the Agile approach, typically used in IT software development, applicable in education and what impact does it have? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Revitalizing Dry Content: A Lesson in Engagement

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

We’ve all been there. You’ve been given a pile of dry content and asked to create a compelling eLearning course. You’re determined to create something more engaging than the same old course that learners quickly click through, but how do you take this “boring” content and create something relevant and engaging?

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Lessons all L&D Professionals Can Learn from Star Wars

Allen Interactions

You might not instantly associate Star Wars with the L&D industry, but there are (inter)stellar lessons that we can learn from the franchise. May the Fourth Be with You! Whether you’re a fan or not, we hope that this list inspires you to channel creativity into your learning.

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From the editor: Lessons from a dramedy

CLO Magazine

The post From the editor: Lessons from a dramedy appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media. I would have loved to see a chief learning officer as a character in the film, but I had a great time connecting the film’s plot to the industry that I cover every day.

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Employee Training Playbook by Lessonly

Strengthen new employees and develop existing teams with Lessonly’s Employee Training Playbook.

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Drips, Bots, and Blogs: A Non-Traditional Approach to Learning Reinforcement

Speaker: Shannon Tipton, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Rebels LLC

For learning professionals, this means delivering learning support and reinforcement programs that are produced in manageable bites, giving people a chance to reflect and apply lessons without large disruptions to the workflow. In this session, we will learn about three different types of drip delivery platforms.

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Recovery Recruiting Toolkit: How to Survive Hiring in 2022

We’ve been in the trenches with our talent acquisition leaders every day, and we’ve put together an e-book made up of our most-downloaded resources on lessons-learned in these trying times. In short—recruiters and TA leaders need some support heading into 2023. In this toolkit, you’ll get access to: 5 of our most popular content resources.

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Partnering Well on a Rapid Timeline

Speaker: Becci Zweirs, Learning Projects Leader, Inno-Versity, Miriam Taylor, Chief Learning Strategist, Inno-Versity, and Pam Whetstone, Training Development Manager, Williams-Sonoma

Our speakers will share valuable lessons learned, including how to partner well with a vendor and support a large roll-out. Deploy eLearning to 1,000’s of remote-based learners based on lessons learned. Learn how they co-created a luxury brand look that employed a simple game approach to a technical AS400 system.

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Multiply Your L&D Capacity With Employee-Generated Learning

Speaker: Kasper Spiro, CEO, Easygenerator

Actionable lessons for making Employee-Generated Learning a success. During this webinar, you will learn: How to overcome lack of speed, high costs, and the challenges of maintaining a body of content. How real companies are doing more with less. December 4, 2018 11:00 AM PST, 2:00 PM EST, 6:00 PM GMT.

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Beyond Face-to-Face: Solving the Digital Practice Problem

Speaker: Bryan Naas, Director of Sales Enablement, Lessonly

Fortunately, it’s 2019, and just like athletes have access to VR simulations, and artists have access to online communities of practice, the world of sales is also starting to catch up. In this webinar, you’ll learn to: Blend work and training for your team.

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Use Chaos to Build a Stronger Organization

Speaker: Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer & Managing Partner at Sapient Insights Group

As we look to tomorrow, it is time to ask ourselves what lessons have we learned and how do we create flexible organizations that can survive what the future holds. While facing one of the greatest workforce challenges in our generation due to the recent COVID-19 crisis, the hero of the hour has been our learning and communication platforms.

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Leveraging Learner Variability to Elevate Equity in EdTech

Speaker: Vic Vuchic, Chief Innovation Officer & Executive Director, Learner Variability Project

Some students will certainly be absorbing their lessons – but many others won’t be, for a wide array of reasons. Open the door to any classroom and you are sure to see challenges. If you look at this scene with an understanding of learner variability, you’ll know that this is a design challenge, not a student problem.