eLearning Companies

You need a partner not a vendor

  One of the core values that we have at Harbinger is working with our customers as a partner rather than a vendor. All our […]

The Key Difference Between Serious Games and Gamification in eLearning

Serious games and gamification are two eLearning strategies (and current buzzwords) that can easily cause some confusion. They are similar and have similar uses, yet […]

Looking Down on Elearning

I ordered a drone last year thinking that it  might be easier for people to learn certain tasks if they could view the steps from a […]

4 Ways to Say ‘No’ to Boring Compliance Courses

“That compliance course was fun!” How often have you heard learners say that? Well, hardly ever. Compliance courses are a way of educating employees on […]

How Are We Doing?

.tablepress tr th:first-child, .tablepress tr td:first-child {font-weight: 400} It’s been about a year now since we started using a Help Desk platform for inquiries and […]

3 Reasons Mobile eLearning is a Part of 21st Century Learning

Ignore mobile learning at your peril. It may define how any LMS moves forward There was a time when smartphones were problematic on the plant […]

More of Our Customers’ Favourite Features

Back in February, we spoke to a couple of Administrate customers to ask them what their favourite features of Administrate were, and now we’re back […]

Engaging Participants 1: Keys to Engagement

To begin our examination of engaging training participants, it’s necessary to look at the overall keys to engaging the adult learner. Regardless of where your […]

3 Killer Examples On How You Can Use Microlearning, Gamification, And Social Learning To Engage Millennials In The Workplace

With the increasing millennial workforce, organizations are re-evaluating their existing learning strategies. In this article, I showcase 3 examples (featuring microlearning, gamification, and social learning) […]

Why Use Adobe Captivate to Develop Responsive E-learning

Today, people no longer rely only on desktop computers to access the Internet. The advent of the mobile revolution has resulted in a phenomenal growth […]

A Quick Checklist to Make your LMS User-Centric

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn. -Benjamin Franklin The above quote pretty much sums up […]

iSpring – The One-Stop Shop to Build Online Courses in PowerPoint

Kevin from the Instructional Design team had to give a presentation on a research report to his team. He didn’t want to bore them with […]