Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

The Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson provides weekly thought leadership on eLearning development, performance support, and how to get better results from corporate learning.

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Posts by Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

How to Get ROI by Using Social Media for Learning

By Amber Pandya It’s 2017; social media is almost synonymous with communication, especially among millennials (see our previous post, How to Train Your Millennial). Let’s […]

What Is Performance Support? And Why Won't People Stop Talking About It?

by Jolene Rowan Education experts have said for years the important role performance support plays in building competency. It tackles head-on two fundamental challenges of […]

How to Motivate Your Team: 12 Must-Have Methods for the L&D Manager

by Nell Gelhaus Plenty of material is available for learning and development professionals who are looking for ways to increase their employees’ desire to learn. […]

Elevate Your eLearning: How To Storyboard Like A Boss

by Claire Narum Good eLearning doesn’t simply create itself (though that would be great, wouldn’t it?). Just like every Beyoncé starts by singing into a […]

Hijack Learning Retention Rates by Teaching Learners to Fish

by Shane Lueck Are you confident that your training programs are successful? After employees leave the learning environment, how sure are you that their behavior […]

How To Use Images Creatively In Your ELearning Design

  by Eric Berget & Andy Schiemo Dashe & Thomson's award-winning creative director, Eric Berget, explains how to use images creatively in your eLearning design. […]

Why Your Training Is Failing... And How To Fix It

by Shane Lueck With all of the time, money, and energy companies put into training every year (a whopping $70.65 billion by U.S. companies in 2016 alone), […]

The Magic of the Hero’s Journey in Learning Engagement

by Shane Lueck Training needs to be engaging. What else is new? At this point, that concept is exhausted. It’s been the topic du jour […]

How To Convince Your Subject Matter Expert That Less Is More

by Andrea May Working with subject matter experts is not a straight-forward, one-size-fits-all affair. There’s no rulebook with a single set of rules that works […]

So You Think You Can Change: 3 Quick Tips for Conducting a Change Readiness Assessment

by Amber Pandya Your company is implementing yet another change. You swear you just got accustomed to your job’s day-to-day technology process, and now corporate […]

How To Convince Your Subject Matter Expert That Less Is More

by Andrea May Working with subject matter experts is not a straight-forward, one-size-fits-all affair. There’s no rulebook with a single set of rules that works […]

The Magic of the Hero’s Journey in Learning Engagement

by Shane Lueck Training needs to be engaging. What else is new? At this point, that concept is exhausted. It’s been the topic du jour […]

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