Learn Course Development Tips from Selling and Presenting Ideas

If you start treating the presentation of courses and topics in them as if you are presenting and selling ideas, you can improve your course […]

Top Ten Tips to Write Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple Choice Questions or MCQs are a popular form of assessment method that can be used for formative and summative assessments. They are an effective […]

Managing Learning and Development (L&D) during COVID-19

In the face of the current crisis, organizations have had to change the way they work. They are devising and implementing new operating models that […]

Tips for Converting an Instructor-Led Class to Self-Paced Online Course

Learn tips to convert a training to an online course or online elearning that is delivered as a video or as an interactive HTML SCORM […]

How Personalized Learning Enhances the Development of Your Employees

The need to improve Learning and Development is higher than ever today and this is being driven by many factors, including: The most significant factor […]

Integrating Meditative Tools Into E-Learning Apps

Image Source For nearly a century, we have been channeling a significant portion of our resources -time, money and materials into education. More so after […]

The Hottest eLearning Buzzwords for 2018 – Part 02: Countdown From 10 to 6

Welcome to the second installment of the Hottest Buzzwords for 2018. In the first post, we looked at four honorable mention buzzwords that did not […]

The Hottest eLearning Buzzwords for 2018 – Part 01: Honorable Mentions

Buzzwords and clichés – those are stock and trade. There’s nothing wrong with them. ~ Michael Nesmith Love them or hate them, buzzwords are a […]

Mid-year Review: Updated eLearning Trends for 2018

Trends are bound to upgrade as years go by. I created an eBook on eLearning Trends And Predictions in 2018 and am now pleased to share an […]

Top 5 Tips For Innovative eLearning Development

Amongst the challenges that Learning and Development teams and Learning Consultants face today, the top 2 pertaining to training would be: 1) How to increase […]

Using Artificial Intelligence in a Captivate Project

On a recent project, we needed to develop a customer service eLearning course that could act as a live customer, i.e. accept natural language statements, […]

An MIT Dean’s Proposal for 21st-Century Learning

Professor Christine Ortiz, a respected Dean at MIT, recently announced that she is leaving her esteemed post—at least for a year—to found a new research […]

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