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eLearning Mind is an interactive creative agency focused on designing engaging education and corporate learning solutions using brain-based learning and modern design principles. The eLearning Mind blog called "The Learning Lab" is a culmination of thought leadership on the latest news and ideas in eLearning, employee training and development, corporate learning culture, and leadership from our talented team of learning leaders and experts, business experts, and instructional designers, developers, and artists.

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Posts by eLearning Mind Learning Lab

eLearning Storyboarding: How to Get Started

Take it from us: We know that creating compelling, engaging, and impactful eLearning takes a village. From scriptwriting to graphic design, animation, quality assurance, and […]

What is Blended Learning? A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

What is Blended Learning? Blended learning combines the best of two training environments—traditional face-to-face classroom training and high-tech eLearning. By covering all the bases, you […]

eLearning Gamification: How to Implement Gamification in Your Learning Strategy

If the idea of gaming at work conjures images of isolated employees hunkering over their laptops and secretly playing Minecraft in their cubicles—think again. Gamification […]

10 eLearning Trends for 2021 & Beyond

It’s not an understatement to say that a lot has changed over the last year and half. We’ve had to adapt to new ways of […]

How to Create Meaningful Learning Assessments

When ranking your employees’ favorite parts of the learning and development process, assessment isn’t typically at the top of the list. When assessment is used […]

What is Learning Experience Design?

UX designers are the rock stars of the design world: they’re the folks who worry about user experience on everything from phone apps to toasters […]

Learning Management Systems (LMS) for the Remote Workforce

According to Nicholas Bloom, William D. Eberle Professor of Economics in Stanford’s School of Humanities and Sciences and a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute […]

What is Microlearning? Examples, Strategy, and More

FOCUS. It’s a lost art these days. Thanks in part to the rise of social media, quick-scroll news, and even swipe-right dating apps, humans are […]

5 Steps to Create Impactful Cross-Cultural Training

If your company is an international organization, you know all too well about the perils of communication getting lost in translation. The perils may not […]

Edutainment: Why Learning While Having Fun Works

Artwork by Kevin Bannister Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email Edutainment—combining education and entertainment—translates to […]

All by Myself: The Benefits and Disadvantages of Asynchronous Learning

Traditional training is usually seen as a team effort: An instructor sits in with a group of learners as they discuss and work together. But […]

Social Learning: How to Apply It to Your eLearning Programs

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email We’re social creatures. All of us seek some form […]

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