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Is Curation Killing Creation

A look at how curation can assist in your learning strategy, the potential shortcomings of curated content, and tips for its successful integration.

Is Your Training Ready for an Elastic Workforce?

A look at the realities of a modern workplace and how you can keep an elastic workforce engaged and growing while improving productivity and employee […]

How to Improve Attention Span for Better Learning

Insights on how you can improve and prolong learner attention span and some discussions about the connection between psychology and learning.

4 Ways to Make Formal Learning Stick

A look at rebuilding formal learning to make learning stick and make it more scalable. Here are four methods that can help with learner retention.

The Truth About Free Authoring Tools

Most software today is subscription-based cloud software, including authoring tools. The benefits are innumerable, but what are the hidden costs of “free?”

Key Concepts of Learning Path Design

Designing a digital learning path often relies upon curation, blended learning, and understanding the needs of the learner. This article covers some key concepts and […]

Learning Technologies 2019 Recap

From February 12-13, we had the privilege of attending the Learning Technologies 2019 conference in London as an exhibitor, a seminar presenter, and a learning […]

How to Leverage Leadership to Support Learning Success

Bringing in your leadership team is one of the most effective tools we have to support successful learning. Let’s take a look at how we […]

Universal Design for Learning: The Intersection of Flexibility and Specificity

Universal Design for Learning is a framework for optimizing the development of learning materials and learning design utilizing lessons learned through neuro, cognitive, and behavioral […]

Universal Design for Learning: The Intersection of Flexibility and Specificity

Universal Design for Learning is a framework for optimizing the development of learning materials and learning design utilizing lessons learned through neuro, cognitive, and behavioral […]

If Instructional Designers Were Superheroes, Which Powers Would They Have?

Traditionally a profession that requires a vast array of different skills, it has long been suspected that Instructional Designer / Developers do actually possess super […]

Digital Learning: Using the Power of Subject Matter Experts

Instructional Designers and SME's are both essential to creating effective digital learning. Yet it can be difficult to understand how to work with the other. […]

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