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.

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.

2017 Realities360 Recap: Immerse Yourself in Learning by Jane Holcombe

Nearly 250 eLearning professionals attended the limited-seating Realities360 Conference in San Jose, immersed into new concepts, skills, and virtual experiences.

Six Key Executive Gamification Questions for Karl Kapp by Susan Jacobs

Respected expert Karl Kapp shares trends and research in gamification, why learning executives should invest in it, and how to present it in the C-suite.

Adaptive Learning: Five Common Misconceptions by JD Dillon

Modern L&D leaders must integrate adaptive learning principles into workplace learning strategy.

Social, Mobile, and Corporate Learning: Research Takeaways by Amit Gautam

Learning has now become the primary focus of companies: more global and mobile, embracing modern technology and automation, and relying largely on social media.

Buzzword Decoder: A Video Primer by Pamela S. Hogle

Video is versatile and lends itself to exciting enhancements like 360-degree filming, animations, and interactivity.

Add Simple Interactivity—for Free—with H5P by Pamela S. Hogle

Interactive elements spice up eLearning and engage learners; H5P offers a simple—and free—way to add interactive elements.

Don't Break the Spell: Creating Presence in Virtual Reality by Matt Sparks

Virtual reality relies on the creation of presence. Here are details and resources to help you with the difficult business of illusion.

xAPI Can Tell You What They Learned from the Video by Anthony Altieri

To verify that learners viewed and understood a video, you must know how to construct the xAPI data and correlate video consumption and quiz performance.