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Why trainers are paramount to e-learning success

The world is constantly evolving and as it does some jobs become obsolete. For example, you won’t see a father sit his son down and […]

The role of an LMS in applying spaced repetition

A successful training program means much more than great learning materials, the perfect use of the latest technological tools or the willingness of trainees to […]

Measuring training effectiveness — the Kirkpatrick model

Whether it’s classroom or e-learning, training is costly in terms of money and time. So it is only natural for businesses to want be able […]

5 LMS misconceptions to look out for

Workplace learning and training programs have come a long way since the cubicle was a new thing. The transfer of knowledge now happens inside and […]

Hidden costs of an LMS: What to expect

No matter how people call it — dollars, pounds, yens, euros, rubles, crowns — money comes with power. That’s why everyone strives to get a […]

Meet MATRIX at ATD 2017 in Atlanta!

The L&D industry is galloping towards the future. Learning in the workplace has come a long way since the era of boring slides with bullet […]

Engaging all types learners — it’s all in the content design

Getting children and teenagers to learn is a pretty difficult thing. Regardless of the season, there always seems to be something more fun to do: […]

Want to keep your business strong? Build a learning culture

“Learning culture” seems to be the go-to place for businesses today. It’s like the most hip, exclusive club that everyone wants to be a member […]

Informing adult vocational students of their funding options

We are pleased to share a guest post written by Kathy Jackson. The article below takes an interesting look at the possible options adult students […]

Training for competencies or merely for skills? A no-brainer, really

Learning is an important part of any business and selecting the proper tools as well as designing realistic and measurable learning paths is paramount in […]

I am a Learning Architect – is that even a thing?

Previously I struggled to label myself when I was asked that all-familiar question ‘What do you do?’ Mention ‘training’ and you’re seen as ‘the guy […]

Blended learning — the special on the corporate training menu

Fusion cuisine is a big thing today. You can take shrimp, soy sauce, some basil leaves and sweet potatoes and come up with a dish […]