GLAD Elearning

GLAD Solutions are experts in bespoke elearning. Covering a wide range of subjects, we write articles on how to create elearning that gets the most out of learners. And we write about LMS solutions too, including Cornerstone and Cognito365.

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Posts by GLAD Elearning

GDPR: What is it and why is it important?

Reference to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is everywhere now. In some cases, it is already regarded as a buzzword. Buzzwords usually exist for […]

Flow: Getting Learners in the Zone

I’ve recently been spending more time than is probably advisable playing Cities:Skylines, one of a long line of  ‘build a city’ genre of PC games. […]

Implementing modern UI Design into elearning

Creating an app or web interface is a complex task which requires a variety of skilled people, business analysts, programmers and graphic designers. When it […]

Learning Technologies 2018

As always is has been great to see what is happening in the world of learning technologies at the yearly conference and exhibition at Olympia, […]

Pantone Colour of the Year 2018

After years of greens and previously soft pastel colours, this year’s 2018 announcement of PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet shows Pantone leading us into the future […]

Looking Forward to the Year Ahead

As we move into 2018 we know that the hot topics in learning are, VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality). These may not be […]

Five Tips for Elearning Storyboards

In the 1930s, a Disney animator called Webb Smith did something which has a surprising impact on the world of educational technology today. He started […]

Mystery Meat Navigation Design in Elearning

In 1998, Vincent Flanders, author of the perennially amusing Web Pages that Suck, coined the phrase Mystery Meat Navigation (or MMN) for web pages which […]

Would you leave ADDIE for SAM?

Throughout all educational experiences there will always be a need for instructional design models and, a variety of processes have been introduced as a solid […]

We are hiring! Looking for a e-learning developer to join our team

We are looking for an e-learning developer or Instructional Designer with experience of developing e-learning to join our team in Crawley. Primarily using Articulate Storyline, […]

Getting to know ADDIE.

A method that is the most commonly used structure for instructional design to date, the ADDIE model. A go-to process that a lot of designers […]

Does Bloom’s Taxonomy Have a Place in Modern Learning?

Clearly defined learning objectives are crucial to the success of any piece of learning – whether classroom-based, elearning, or a combination of both. Without them, […]

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