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Dynamic Interactive Video by Stephen Haskin

Computers and smartphones have changed video, from analog-based to “creation on the fly.” Take a look at the future of dynamic interactive video.

Buzzword Decoder: Adaptive Web Design by Pamela S. Hogle

A focus on mobile learning requires choosing a design approach. Learn the pros and cons of adaptive web design, a device-first approach.

Articulate 360 Delivers Promise: Continuous Product Updates by News Editor

Articulate is a premium sponsor of The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo, October 25 – 27 in Las Vegas. Come experience what’s new in […]

Microlearning at John Hancock Investments Drives Results by Charles Rizzo

Although microlearning is a key support for flawless execution in complex financial services, it may not be what you think it is.

Boost Assessment Effectiveness with Mini-Scenarios by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn how mini-scenarios can boost the effectiveness of multiple-choice assessments by adding realism and storytelling.

Marc My Words: The Coming Knowledge Tsunami by Marc Rosenberg

Knowledge will likely be doubling every 11 to 12 hours by 2020. Are you ready to learn, unlearn, and relearn at that rate?

Discover—But Don't Misuse—the Wealth of Open-Access Media by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn the ins and outs of open-access media licenses—then enhance eLearning with free photos, graphics, audio, and video.

Leaders in the Limelight: Tim Slade by Susan Jacobs

This time we highlight learning leader Tim Slade, senior eLearning manager at GoDaddy.

Nuts and Bolts: “Counterpunch” by Jane Bozarth

Good eLearning relies more on creative, thoughtful design than on authoring tools. Many reasons why you “can’t do something” turn out to be myths.

A Guide to Networking at Business Events by Susan Jacobs

Making small talk is a tall order for some people, yet the ability to carry on a conversation with a stranger at a business event […]

New Approach Needed to Facilitate, Measure Digital Learning by Pamela S. Hogle

As employees increasingly take control of their learning, L&D professionals will need to focus more on measuring and assessing their skills.

5 Reasons Execs Should Pay Attention to Digital Learning by Susan Jacobs

Digital technologies have shifted how people are learning. L&D leaders must be prepared for the workplace changes digital learning will bring.