A Learning Blog

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Hacking course surveys

Course surveys: Is this cheating? If you had a simple, honest system to sway course result surveys by as much as 20% to your advantage, […]

3 reasons to manage elearning terminology

No, by “elearning terminology” I don’t mean the glossary that may appear at the end of some online courses. Elearning terminology is about the language […]

You, the elearning storyteller

Dear Jane, I am going to be blunt: No, we don’t need a storytelling workshop. No, I don’t think we need to review our solution […]

Writing Learning Objectives

Good learning objectives capture the essence of a learning solution. From the results of a gap analysis to how the solution will be measured, they […]

How to say “no” to unnecessary training

Sooner or later, your L&D department will receive a request to create a training solution that you know is not necessary. You know it won’t […]

Measuring Learning Transfer

How do we measure training, and why? Are L&D departments tracking, measuring and reporting meaningful learning data, or just data that makes a solid case […]

3 Questions that Help Manage Training Costs

It may seem counter-intuitive, but improving training within the organization often involves convincing your business that they don’t need training. Here are three questions that […]

User-Centered Design Meets Elearning

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Personas in elearning

Personas are fictional characters that reliably represent a target demographic. Personas are commonly used when designing products and software to bring a tangible, detailed description […]

Long-term L&D Planning

Tighter budgets and the pressure to “become more agile” are making L&D teams nimbler and pushing them to achieve great efficiency gains. But the process […]

5 Virtual Training Mistakes – Webinar Tips

Here’s a collection of things I’d rather avoid when delivering virtual training, either observed while attending sessions, or experienced through my own sessions and learned […]

A review of soft skills demand

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