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What is the Illusion of Explanatory Depth—and What Does It Mean for Your Learning?

When was the last time you watched a Youtube video to try to learn a new skill? Maybe you were attempting to fix the kitchen […]

How to Tell the Difference Between Coaching and Training

Coaching and training are used interchangeably so often that it leads many to believe there’s no difference between coaching and training. Add mentoring and consulting […]

How to Plan for Seat Time Requirements (and Get It Right the First Time)

Have a course coming up with seat time requirements? Minimum seat times are a great way to ensure learners don’t skip over important content, and […]

How to Use the Learning Ecology Matrix to Make Better Learning

If you’re like us, you’re always on the lookout for new ways to think about and approach learning—even better if it’s backed up by the […]

Our Elucidat Reviews Are in—Can It Compete with Articulate Rise?

There are few things we love more than trying out a new eLearning tool, and recently we had the opportunity to take Elucidat for a […]

Is Your Content Strategy Outdated? Here’s What Your Learners Want Instead

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

How to Best Leverage Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Learning

Over the last two years, so much about the way that we learn has been turned upside down. Traditional, in-person classroom training went virtual, and […]

How to Write a Scenario that Actually Engages Your Learners

Picture this: you’re sitting down to write a storyboard for an eLearning module—one that’s important to your organization, but one that you know will bore […]

Are Learning Styles a Myth? Challenging Assumptions About How People Learn Best

What’s your learning style? Are you sure? At one point or another, most of us have expressed our learning styles and learning preferences: maybe you […]

7 Workarounds to Make Components in Rise Accessible

Articulate (and by extension Rise) is turning its attention towards accessibility. And we couldn’t be happier! So, we’ve put together an up to date list […]

An Up-To-Date List of Accessible Components in Rise

At Maestro, it’s important to us that we create—and help you create—meaningful user experiences. And part of that goal is ensuring that all users are […]

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 […]

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