Instructional design is not easy. There is the need to balance the expectations of many stakeholders, while not losing sight of the learning goals. One […]

How To Get Employees Engaged In Training And Why It’s Important

Employee disengagement costs companies millions of dollars. So, how to engage employees with training and development? Start by creating a training program they actually need. […]

5 Tips To Set Motivating New Year's Resolutions For Students

Looking for ways to make your students excel? Read this article to discover 5 tips to create motivating New Year's resolutions for students! This post […]

Learner Engagement: Why is it important? How is it measured?

Our research identified that learner engagement turns on three factors: An emotional response to the training—How does the learner “feel” about the content and its […]

What Is Cognitive Overload?

Sometimes, you feel saturated and you can’t take in any more information. This is called "cognitive overload" and is quite common with online courses or […]

Knowledge vs. skill: What’s the difference?

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe As a learning and development professional, you […]

Learner-Centered Design: How To Make Learning Fun And Easy

With learner-centered design, participants enjoy learning and organizations have a better understanding of their needs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Netflix, eLearning, And The Strange Paradox Of The Attention Span

Is there a case for attention span deficits in eLearning when people binge watch shows on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video? This post was […]

11 Ways To Make Online Training More Engaging And Actionable

Online training can be boring and runs the risk of passive participation. These 11 tips show you how to make your online training more engaging […]

Eyes on your learners: Choosing a learner-centered approach

If we’re being honest, user enjoyment is not the first thing you address when planning and building a new training course. Of course, you want […]

6 Mistakes You Could Be Making That Are Disengaging Your Learners

Here are six ways you could be accidentally disengaging your learners from your eLearning courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Tips For L&D Teams To Counter Diminishing Learner Attention Spans

Suggestions for training departments to implement in their L&D strategy to help counter diminishing learner attention spans and foster workplace learning. This post was first […]

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