Training Reinforcement: 7 Things You Need to Know

Organizations expend constant effort to deliver information employees need to know for their jobs. And oftentimes, there’s a lot at stake. You depend on training to […]

Using Video for Learning: New eLearning Guild Research by Stephen Haskin

Video for learning is growing in importance, and designers are finding more ways to use it. The latest eLearning Guild research puts numbers to the […]

Marc My Words: I Predict More Predictions for 2018 by Marc Rosenberg

We have come to the silly season of predictions for 2018 about our field. Here are Marc’s 15 predictions about what will be predicted.

Using Video for Learning: New eLearning Guild Research by Stephen Haskin

Video for learning is growing in importance, and designers are finding more ways to use it. The latest eLearning Guild research puts numbers to the […]

Six Key Executive Gamification Questions for Karl Kapp by Susan Jacobs

Respected expert Karl Kapp shares trends and research in gamification, why learning executives should invest in it, and how to present it in the C-suite.

Five Psychological Principles Fueling Gamification by Susan Jacobs

Gamification satisfies fundamental human desires such as competition and the need for recognition, and bolsters a sense of community in the workplace.

Promote Active Learning; It Sticks! by Pamela S. Hogle

Active learning is more “sticky” than passive learning, and it’s a better way to improve engagement—and results—than buying into persistent myths about how people learn.

Microlearning in China by Zhaoliang Qiu and Wei He

Relying on pervasive smartphones, microlearning is playing an increasingly vital role in the corporate learning ecosystem. Corporate microlearning has made a great leap forward in […]

Research Spotlight: Next Generation of Asynchronous Authoring Tools by Sharon Vipond

In October 2013, The eLearning Guild published a comprehensive research report on asynchronous authoring tools. Now we present our 2017 report, which provides major updates […]

Is Media Multitasking a Myth? by Pamela S. Hogle

Many learners believe that they are good at multitasking; even more believe that they successfully “media multitask”—simultaneously process multiple streams of media information. Do they? […]

Learning Science Word Salad: 14 Terms to Know

What percentage of your learning content are you okay with people forgetting? This is a question we often ask our clients. We ask this because we […]

The Mandela Effect in Your Learning by Phil Cowcill

Have you ever had a clear memory of something that didn’t happen? Does this concept happen in today’s training? Do a significant number of your […]

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