Allen Interactions

Allen Interactions, Inc., is an internationally acclaimed custom learning design, development, strategic consulting, and technology firm. Our E-Learning Leadership blog features Allen Interactions staff members including Instructional Designers, Strategists, etc., as well as guest blogs from leaders in the industry to provide readers with engaging and meaningful content. With a focus on a broad reach of trending and 'buzz-worthy' topics, the Allen E-Learning Leadership Blog continues to grow daily in readership and subscriptions.

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Posts by Allen Interactions

Microlearning: Overcoming 4 Assumptions

By Ellen Burns-Johnson, Instructional Designer / @EllenBJohnson  If we’re not focused on the right problems, we can’t be sure that microlearning is the right solution. The training industry’s […]

How Toyota Leveraged Six Technology and Process Keys to Improve Call Center KPIs

Guest Blogger, Chris Johnson, Senior Curriculum Developer & Designer, Toyota Financial Services It was decided Toyota Financial Services was migrating all their staff to a […]

5 Instructional Design Insights from The Marshmallow Test: Part 2

By Edmond Manning, Senior Instructional Strategist

5 Instructional Design Insights from The Marshmallow Test: Part I

By Edmond Manning, Senior Instructional Strategist My favorite analysis question to ask clients is: “What if your target audience already understands how to perform the behavior you’ve […]

Three Essential Design Elements for Effective eLearning Gamification

By Carrie Zens, Director of Marketing / @carriezens  I am continually mesmerized by the crazy, fast-paced evolution of technology. There are oodles of apps for educational, […]

eLearning Design: Assess? When? How?

By Michael Allen, Chairman & CEO, Allen Interactions  eLearning can’t do everything. It can’t detect frustration by observing facial expressions and body language (yet). It […]

Slides & Webcast: Six Simple eLearning Success Strategies

As instructional designers, we know the difference between presenting information and providing learning experiences. But we must often get the support of others for doing […]

Why is Good eLearning So Rare?

By Michael Allen, Chairman & CEO, Allen Interactions  One might ask a broader question, just for perspective: Why is good training so rare? Indeed, all […]

The Ethics of Instructional Design

By Edmond Manning, Senior Instructional Strategist With so many fascinating topics in our world of learning design (mobile learning! MOOCs! Gamification!) we forget to discuss the sticky, […]

Eight EGGcellent ELearning Blogs for Your Easter Basket

 By  Carrie Zens, Director of Marketing / @carriezens  It's that time of year again. And, like many holidays, it's super fun to see Easter through the eyes […]

Moving to Mobile Learning: Three MLearning Design Mistakes that Everyone’s Making

By Ann Iverson, Senior Instructional Designer  What was the last thing you learned on your phone? A new cooking technique? How to write better emails? […]

ELearning Design: The Eye of the Beholder

By Ethan Edwards, Chief Instructional Strategist/ @ethanaedwards  I recently had the pleasure to pay a visit to Gunston Hall in Fairfax County, Virginia. We had […]

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