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Six Questions with Clark Quinn

Editor’s Note – Introducing Six Questions: Earlier this year, I interviewed several leaders in the field of learning and development to get their perspectives on, […]

Elearning & Online Accessibility Tools for Training & HR Leaders

How to engage all your learners when faced with moving training online? Training Managers have a lot to do – especially as you have team […]

Project Spotlight: Verbal De-escalation Training for the National Center for Campus Public Safety

The following summarizes Microassist’s work developing a Verbal De-escalation training program for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. The project was recognized with the […]

A Look Back (and Forward) at Ed-Tech Trends in L&D

This year starts a new decade (or ends one, but let’s not restart that argument). It is a great time to look ahead and see […]

Effective Elearning and the Template Dilemma

Do you use templates when building elearning? I’m a big fan of templates (as I am of other methods of standardization). I love the idea […]

Should My Training Team Use a Style Guide?

Yes. Until next time, Kevin Okay, perhaps a bit more explanation. A style guide is just one form of documentation that I talked about last […]

The Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning [Infographic]

This “Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning” infographic explains why accessible elearning—online training that provides a welcoming (rather than frustrating) experience for all—is an important […]

The 5 W’s of Training Rollouts

Launch a Series of Trainings to Better Equip Your Team. Here’s How to Get Started. Organizing a training rollout is a complex task, but a […]

3 Big Takeaways from Last Year’s Learning Development Projects

We recently did a retrospective of our 2018 projects, which got me thinking about the lessons that I’d like to carry into 2019 (and beyond). […]

Accessible Elearning Insights Gleaned from Dutch Municipality Website Audits

What can training program managers learn from a study of Dutch government websites? Their website audits reveal five insights (at least) to consider when building […]

Does Your Elearning Team *Always* Need an Interaction Catalog?

When Informal Communication Succeeds: A Tale from the Trenches An interaction catalog: one way to efficiently build great elearning How do you design successful elearning […]

Do SMEs Make Good Trainers?

Your subject matter expert can be a great training resource. Here’s how to set your SME up for success when delivering training. Do SMEs Make […]

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