Pure Learning

We're a eLearning organisation that's all about 'putting the learning back into eLearning'. As part of this, we share our thoughts on eLearning, and other related topics, via our blog pages.

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Posts by Pure Learning

Don't pay for training: Remove rewards

You want to train your people to fix a business problem. But wait: the issue might not be a skill gap. Instead, it might be […]

Don't pay for training: Simplify the task

Have you got a problem in your business? Perhaps the task you want people to complete is simply too difficult or complex. Try simplifying it […]

Don't pay for training: Remove obstacles

Would you rather train people to jump through hoops to achieve a desired task or simply let them walk right up to it? If you've […]

Don't pay for training: Provide practice

If you had to perform a task you learned over a year ago, you'd have a problem remembering how. Similarly, your people might not remember […]

Don't pay for training: Personnel

Are you planning to use training to fix a business problem? If you've considered every other option, including obstacles, tools, feedback, and rewards, then it […]

4 lessons Mr Miyagi can teach learning designers

Sometimes, you find techniques and lessons in places you wouldn't expect it. Here's what learning designers can take from the 80s classic, The Karate Kid. […]

Good, beta, best: Your digital transformation needs feedback.

How are you supposed to know what the people want if you don't ask them? Learn why it's so important to include users before rolling […]

When good feedback isn't

No two users are the same. But when it comes to feedback, everybody's equal. Don't let someone's "expertise" sway what feedback you choose to implement. […]

Animation Tools for eLearning

Not sure how best to animate your internal comms video? We’ve compiled a list of animation tools commonly used by the eLearning and design industries. […]

Drag-and-Drop: Why it’s time to let go

It seems everyone loves the drag-and-drop in eLearning. Beau takes a look at its long, complex history and why it needs to end. The origins of it […]

mLearning Round Table

Matt, Raf and Brenton discuss the considerations and unique characteristics of mLearning in our first eLearning round table conversation. “People are still trying to just […]

Falling trees, mountain biking and eLearning motivation

Motivation is something talked about in eLearning often, but how does it impact the way we think about, and design, eLearning courses? Raf explains the […]

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