The Learning Dispatch

How to create great learning by the professional instructional designers and elearning developers at MicroAssist

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3 Keys to Creating Effective Training

Last month, I discussed choosing a training method. In that commentary, I suggested that you choose a method that would be effective. This month, we […]

Choosing a Training Method: 3 Things to Consider

Sure, you’ve got a training need—but the format? When you’re faced with choosing a training method, here are tips on deciding direction. Picking the Right […]

3 Essential Elements for Evaluating Training Effectiveness

Is your training working? How do you know? Here’s guidance on evaluating your workplace training and ensuring training effectiveness. Evaluating Your Workplace Training How often […]

Designing Elearning without Audio

Of course elearning needs sound! Or does it? Here are some ways to build elearning without audio. Need creative help in developing your elearning course? […]

Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Few fields fully embrace the need to address people with disabilities—learning included. But why is meeting the needs of diverse learners important, anyway? A Call […]

Using Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning: Insights from CSUN 2018

Making elearning accessible is the right thing to do. It’s also often a project requirement. Senior Learning Architect Kevin Gumienny shares conference insights from CSUN ATC […]

MicroAssist Senior Learning Architect Kevin Gumienny to Present at the 20th Annual Training Expo 2016 in Austin, Texas

MicroAssist Senior Learning Architect, Kevin Gumienny, is presenting at the 20th Annual Training Expo 2016 in Austin, Texas as part of the track sponsored by E-Learning […]

This Week in Learning - December 2, 2015

No Nexters Want to create successful virtual training? Richard Culatta tells us the first step is to stop converting instructor-led courses to a virtual format. […]

This Week in Learning - December 2, 2015

Is Gamification Worth It? Capterra and TalentLMS decided to survey their users and find out. Short answer: yes. Interesting finding: more than one-third (37%) use […]

This Week in Learning - November 10, 2015

Meaningless Edits When we develop learning, we often write. John McIntyre, editor at the Baltimore Sun (to whom I’ve linked before), gives us a short […]

This Week in Learning - November 17, 2015

Play More Games Sharron Boller at ATD offers some of the best advice to consider when designing learning games: Play more games! https://www.td.org/Publications/Blogs/Learning-Technologies-Blog/2015/11/Lessons-from-the-Trenches-of-Digital-Game-Design Grab Attention […]

This Week in Learning - November 4, 2015

Nothing Left to Take Out Jane Bozarth urges us to give the learner a fighting chance by eliminating everything that doesn’t add to learning. “Design […]

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