ELearning and Soft Skills Training

We all know that the best employees aren’t company-policy quoting automata. A good worker also needs to be able to implement their knowledge in an open ended and complex […]

Elearning Course Navigation: Some Best Practice Advice

You can pack an elearning course full of all sorts of stylish content, such as high-quality graphics, animations and videos. But if the course navigation […]

Putting Together an Elearning Course: The Benefits of Using Questions

So, you’re thinking about using an elearning programme for your employees? Here at GLAD, we create bespoke elearning courses to fit your organisation’s needs and […]

Five Tips for Choosing Fonts for Elearning

Explore behind the drop down menu on any of the big name content creation applications and you’ll find hundreds of fonts in all shapes and […]

Top Tips for Working with SMEs

There have been some great partnerships over the years: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope; Morecambe and Wise; Bert and Ernie. When you’re working with SMEs, […]

Preventing Mental Block For Our Learners

We all learn at different speeds. The human brain can only absorb so much information at one time. Once the mind shuts down, it’s difficult […]

Using social media to extend learning

A few weeks ago we spoke to a group of students about how they see the systems we use in the college. Although they felt […]

The Benefits of an Induction Elearning and Training Programme

Effective employees are an organisation’s most valuable asset. It is essential to ensure that your organisation has the resources and infrastructure to help new employees […]

6 Tips for Writing Great Elearning Voiceover Scripts

Narration can add real value and personality to an elearning course. When done well, it entertains and engages learners, and can help improve knowledge retention. […]

Creating a Traffic Light Menu System in Storyline 2

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a very simple but effective traffic light menu system in Storyline 2, using triggers and […]

Mastering Your Elearning Storyboard

Originally developed at Walt Disney Studios in the 1930s, a storyboard is a method of organising illustrations or images in sequence. Its aim is to […]

Maximising The Potential Of Animations and Transitions In Storyline 2

Storyline 2 transitions and animations offer a simple way to bring your courses to life. The Animations and Transitions tabs on the Storyline 2 ribbon can […]

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