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9 Reasons Why You Need Microlearning in 2017

A study by Microsoft (conducted using both surveys and EEG scans)pointed out that the average attention span had dropped considerably in comparison to the last […]

Through our Looking Glass: Bloom’s Taxonomy (Part 2)

In the last post, we discussed about the Cognitive Domain as categorized in the Bloom’s Taxonomy. Though Bloom’s Taxonomy applies only to acquiring knowledge in […]

Through Our Looking Glass: The Kirkpatrick Model

In the last few weeks we have analyzed and compared various Instructional Design models and learning theories. In the same spirit of understanding, we would […]

Through our Looking Glass: Bloom’s Taxonomy (Part 1)

Taxonomy, interesting term indeed. But people of science would say that Taxonomy is a branch of science that encompasses the description, identification, nomenclature, and classification […]

The Comparative Degree: Micro eLearning VS Traditional eLearning – What is your choice?

It’s a pleasant week and we are back again with our scales of comparison in the comparative degree series. This time around, we are comparing […]

Personalized Learning and its Importance in Modern Workplace

We live in an era where personalized space is almost a necessity – be it in the workplace or home. So, it comes as no […]

The Comparative Degree: Gagne’s Nine Events VS. ARCS

Hello readers, we are back with another comparative degree post just as promised (check out the promissory note). Here we shall discuss about 2 instructional […]

Through Our Looking Glass: Merrill’s First Principles of Instruction

There’s a lot of hype around context-based learning, learner centered learning, Learning 3.0 etc. As L&D professionals it is our job to ensure that the […]

The Comparative Degree: ADDIE VS SAM

So, here’s the thing about Instructional System Design models (ISDs), they have been around for a long time; studied, analyzed, rigorously followed all across the […]

Bite-sizing eLearning: Tips to Consider While Converting eLearning to Microlearning

We have been here before – existing eLearning content, how to handle conversion etc. But that was for mLearning (read blog). Existing content can either […]

Microlearning – What It Is & Why You Should Care?

  We had mentioned the term Microlearning a few weeks back in our post- 4 Key Elements to Make Micro eLearning Effective, but had held […]

Adobe Captivate 9: Advantages / Disadvantages

The 9th release of Adobe Captivate saw this authoring tool utilize a new asset store where users can select over 25000 different items to build […]