Context In eLearning: 6 Tips To Help Online Learners Contextualize

All your effort to provide interactive eLearning content may go to waste if it doesn’t resonate with online learners. In this article, I’ll explore the […]

The 7 Quintessential Traits Of An Immersive eLearning Experience

How do you combat the distractions your online learners face? By creating an immersive eLearning experience, transforming your learners’ motivation and engagement. In this article, […]

5 Mobile Learning Trends For 2019 And Their Impact On L&D

In a device-driven world, the option and integration of mobile learning is a must for L&D departments. As learning technologies progress, what are the trends […]

Attending the Adobe eLearning Conference on March 13?

It’s free! And there are lots of awesome speakers joining us in Washington DC! There are two tracks on e-learning development and three more tracks […]

Recommended Reading Summary: A Chapter of “Emerging Technologies for the Classroom”

In October, I posted some recommended reading that complemented one of my classes on gamification.  I’ve since started writing chapter summaries (here is the last article) […]

Learner Engagement Lessons We Can Learn From Super Bowl Ads

When you’re an eLearning developer, you’re often not JUST an eLearning developer. You’re also a graphic designer, an instructional designer, a project manager, a writer, […]

How To Create a Concept for your Academy

If you want to create a true Engagement Engine, a concept can ingrain the values of the business more effectively than any employee handbook. The […]

Story Arcs: 7 Templates for Story Narratives

Gripping narratives are a powerful learning asset you can use to engage your staff with their training. Here are 7 story archs to help you […]

Using Alternate Reality Games for Employee Engagement

Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) can teach learning professionals a lot about keeping their employees engaged with their training programme. The post Using Alternate Reality Games […]

Learning Thursday #4: Is Constructivism an Effective Approach to Instructional Design?

Learning Thursday is a blog series that features a new L&D article every other week along with discussion points.  Read and then share your own ideas […]

How To: Get your Employees, Partners & Customers Motivated to Learn

Motivating your learners by nurturing learning engagement. It’s a problem learning and development (L&D) sees time and time again. Learning programs don’t connect with learner […]

Why is Learning and Development Important?

Find out what happens when learning is a priority for your organization. Currently, big money is being spent on enterprise learning and development and there’s […]

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