Frooxl

Are you the CEO, owner, or project manager of an e-learning company looking to deliver creative and effective e-learning to your customers? This blog helps you reach these goals with practical tips on authoring tools, online training, and how to apply new technologies. - Seriously inspirational articles with the famously hilarious and cute 'Platypus' cartoons.

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Posts by Frooxl

5 Guidelines for Evaluating Your Curated eLearning Content

In today’s world, it should be easy to acquire the right content for an eLearning course. The internet has countless videos, articles, blog posts, and […]

eLearning: The Solution to Make Compliance Training Great Again

Nobody looks forward to the time of year when they get the dreaded email. You’re sitting there, being highly productive, enjoying life, when that little […]

We Suck at eLearning

In April of 2018, Clint Clarkson gave a talk called “We Suck At Training.” It was a scathing look at the state of the training […]

Four Steps to a Flexible e-Learning Project Strategy

Leah Remillet, a self-described “success strategist,” once said, “without a map, every road looks promising [..] with a map, the right road becomes obvious.”  In […]

The Evolution of the e-Learning Development Guide: What Is It and Do You Need One?

When you embark on a journey, it’s helpful to know not only where you’re going, but how you’re going to get there. In 1804, Lewis […]

3 Steps for Finding the Best E-Learning Service Provider

Choosing a service provider can be daunting. Whether it’s a plumber, a hairdresser, or a housekeeper, we approach any business relationship with optimistic skepticism. We […]

Addressing the Gap Between Instructional Design and Project Management

One of the biggest challenges faced in business is a disconnect between departments. This gap has many faces. It could be a design department creating […]

Solo E-Learning Design: How to Make the Most of Your Resources

  Hollywood has a way of making the loner seem appealing. Whether it’s a wandering gunman, like Clint Eastwood’s Blondie from The Good, the Bad, […]

There’s a New Batch of Teachers and their Names are Siri, Alexa, and Cortana

It’s 1986. Chief Engineer Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, of the Starship Enterprise, accompanied by the ship’s doctor, Bones, enters the office of Plexicorp’s Dr. Nichols. After […]

How to Polish Your e-Learning Development Cycle: Catch and Bash Bugs the Right Way

Whether you’re reading a textbook or the great American novel, watching the news or a weekly drama, or catching up on trends at your favorite […]

E-Learning is Becoming More Social: Here’s How it’s Happening

In March of 1999, the movie “The Matrix” was released. In addition to revolutionizing the way cinema was made, as with most sci-fi movies, it […]

Responsive E-Learning Ensures Responsive Employees – Here’s How to Do It

Once upon a time, training new employees, or simply keeping employees up-to-date on current practices, compliance policies, and the newest methodologies required seminars or classes. […]

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