eLearning Concepts

How to Market Yourself as an eLearning Designer

Whether you’re looking to work for a large corporate organization or for yourself as a freelancer, your success depends on how well you market yourself […]

The Four Critical Things to Track as an e-Learning Freelancer

As you’ve probably noticed by now, a significant part of being successful as a freelancer is staying organized. When you’re your own boss, there’s a […]

Incremental Innovations: Evaluation Strategy

How to know you're moving the needle Welcome back! We’re buttoning up the Incremental Innovations series – 7 blogs featuring high yield steps lifted from […]

Continuing Ed Trends

TD Industry Report Insights The Association for Talent Development (TD) recently released their State of the Industry report tracking trends across the training industry. While this research […]

Gimmick or game changer?

Technology continues to develop at so rapid a pace that it’s hard for the rest of us to keep up. We want our learners to […]

The community has finally come together at Adapt's first meetup

It was billed as the (inaugural) Adapt Meetup hosted and was King's College London. It was nothing short of a love in. A geek fest. […]

Progress over perfection?

Every year there’s something in our Learning Insights research that chimes with what we’ve been thinking about. This year, I was really interested in the findings […]

What’s Next for Learning & Technology – Resources Shared at #eLGuild

On February 15, I had the pleasure of delivering a session during the eLearning Guild’s Future of Learning Summit exploring the evolving world of the learning […]

3 Reasons to Attend ATD's E-Learning Instructional Design Training

Allen Interactions has partnered with ATD for more than a decade to deliver two instructional design training workshops focused on e-learning design. These workshops (E-Learning […]

Bringing About Better E-Learning

It is sadly uncontroversial to suggest that the state of the e-learning industry is not performing up to the promise. For all the new advances […]

Screencast: Articulate Storyline’s Quick Access Toolbar

Today I am exhausted! – We had a bit of a blizzard here and I have done way too much shovelling for an entire winter. Initially […]

How to Use Dynamic Media to Engage Millennial Learners

Many predictions about the future have been spectacularly wrong; for example, in 1948, Mary Somerville of Radio Educational Broadcast assured us that “Television won’t last. […]

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