xAPI: What It Is, Why You need It, And How to Get Started

You’ve likely heard about xAPI (the Experience API or the Tin Can Project), but maybe you’re not quite sure what all the buzz is about. […]

Need Impressive New Hire Onboarding Training? eLearning to the Rescue [Infographic]

This infographic lists 5 ways your organization can make new hire onboarding training interesting through eLearning.

Top 3 benefits of adaptive learning in corporate training

Recent developments such as Virtual and Augmented Reality as well as the introduction of gamification in corporate learning are changing the face of training. The […]

How to Make A Reference List (Without Eye of Newt)

This quick reference guide involves zero black magic.   But many new students are convinced that referencing is the work of the devil. They take […]

RPP #167: Alchemie - Interview with Julia Winter

Interview with Julia Winter, CEO and Founder of Alchemie, which combines commercial game design with a deep understanding of how students learn. Alchemie’s digital learning tools […]

Quick User Guide to Creating Engaging eLearning with Adobe Spark

Gone are the days when an Instructional Designer was only meant to write storyboards and the onus would then shift to the Graphic Designer and […]

5 Ways eLearning Saves More Time than ILT

E-learning courses are not time or place-bound, and learners do not have to sit in one place to complete courses. E-learning eliminates travel time and […]

Engaging Learners with Blended Learning

Did you get a chance to read the LinkedIn 2018 Workplace Learning Report? There are lots of interesting stats peppered in the report. Sample these […]

Launch Online Training to Target Desired Behaviors

Changing behaviors is hard — even if the behavior is just getting people to take training! We can’t rely on our employees to be compelled […]

The Personal Versus Personalized Learning Debate

Personal Learning and Personalized Learning are two terms, which are being used interchangeably for some time now? Is this trend correct? Do both terms refer […]

Announcing New Lessons on Being an Active Bystander

Whenever we hear about a distressing or scandalous culture or pattern – things like pervasive sexual harassment in our offices or rampant abuse in our […]

Video-based learning: Why it works [Part 2]

Last week we began an in-depth exploration of why video-based learning works from a cognitive, psychological and learning theory point of view. I looked at […]

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