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Kanban Streamlines eLearning Development by Pamela S. Hogle

Using the Kanban approach to developing eLearning can improve team efficiency—and product quality.

Development Tips: Search Engine Optimization—A Beginner's Guide by Mark Lassoff

Search engine optimization (SEO) is important to eLearning creators, or it should be. Here is a fast overview of what to do so that people […]

Useful xAPI Queries eLearning Designers Should Know by Anthony Altieri

xAPI makes it possible to collect data on how consumers interact with your content, and then use that data to control how content is presented. […]

In Real Life: Self-Directed Learning Can Only Work If… by JD Dillon

Why self-directed learning? Why now? Here are six considerations L&D must address before venturing down the path of strategic self-directed learning.

JavaScript Drives Engaging Web Content—and eLearning by Pamela S. Hogle

Using JavaScript, eLearning developers can add animation, automate some tasks, create simple games—and more.

Ten Traits of Great Leaders by Susan Jacobs

Leadership is a skill that can be honed. Michelle Jackson outlines 10 traits commonly embraced by great leaders.

Exploring Tech: Tools for Scheduling Meetings by Brian Dusablon

Scheduling meetings has been an unsolved problem in eLearning development for decades. Here are some tech tools that may help fix things.

Metafocus: Serious Games: Three Questions About Unit Economics by Matt Sparks

Unit economics are an important part of making serious games or educational experiences. Answer three basic questions to see if they are financially feasible.

Buzzword Decoder: UI and UX—What's the Difference? by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn to distinguish user interface design and user experience design—critical but often confused aspects of eLearning.

Seven Reasons to Use a WordPress eLearning Platform by Pamela S. Hogle

WordPress can offer a robust LMS platform. Here are seven reasons to consider adopting (or switching to) WordPress for eLearning.

Marc My Words: New Roles for the Classroom by Marc Rosenberg

To find the right place for the classroom in the overall learning mix, classroom learning must change.

Buzzword Decoder: UI and UX—What's the Difference? by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn to distinguish user interface design and user experience design—critical but often confused aspects of eLearning.

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