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Best Practices for a Smooth Software Transition

You did it! You’ve selected your learning or business software and are ready for implementation. But before you race ahead, consider the yellow flag. Taking […]

The Neurobiology of Why Your Learner’s Brain Responds to Great Storytelling

There’s something about stories that captivate us. Storytelling is what makes us human, and it’s a powerful force in shaping our knowledge, beliefs, and motivations. […]

8 Step Software Evaluation Process: How to Pick Your Next Learning Software

Whether it’s project management, accounting and billing, or learning, software is integral to the productivity of any worker and the success of any workplace. While […]

Authoring eLearning with Articulate Storyline—How it Works, Pros, and Cons

Your team of interactive designers and developers are some of the most creative people in the office, and you want them to have the best […]

How to Build a Free Response Field for Rise

At Maestro, we put people first, so when we realized that our free response section in Rise could be better optimized for learners by building […]

What is Synchronous Learning?

There’s synchronized swimming. There’s marching bands. There’s even human lcd boards. But what about synchronized learning? Coordinating various moving pieces (or people) to reach a […]

Malcolm Knowles’ Five Assumptions of Learners and Why They Matter

At Maestro, we’ve spent countless hours thinking about learning and what creates meaningful, memorable learning experiences. From this we’ve developed learning principles, each influenced by […]

Microlearning — How Short is Too Short?

Hey! This post is part of our On Our Minds series. We heard several times that you want a partner that is always thinking, exploring, […]

What is Asynchronous Learning? Plus the Pros and Cons

What is Asynchronous learning? As a learning professional, I’m sure the question has crossed your mind since the rapid increase in remote and hybrid workforces. […]

What Are the Four Dimensions of Tone of Voice? Why Tone Matters

At Maestro, we’ve spent countless hours thinking about learning and specifically what creates a powerful learning experience. From this we’ve developed learning principles, each influenced […]

3 Ways to Increase Interactivity in Learning

Interactivity in learning is a great way to increase learning outcomes and see sustainable behavior change on your team. However, while we love interactivity here […]

Thirty Under 30: Thomas van Kerkhof

The Learning Guild released their Thirty Under 30 in Learning selection for 2020, containing some of the top minds in the industry. These people are […]

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