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 […]

Learning Leader Julie Dirksen Advises: Diagnose the Problem Before Turning to Training by Pamela S. Hogle

If training fails to change employees’ behavior, the problem might not be a training issue. Diagnosing the problem is essential to creating lasting behavior change.

Digital Readiness Gap Could Be More Significant than Digital Divide by Pamela S. Hogle

A study of digital readiness suggests that familiarity with concepts and innovations in eLearning might be more important than access to tools and technology in […]

Knowledge Science: The Great Big Beautiful Puzzle by Dennis L. Thomas

What is fascinating about knowledge, and learning, is that it is massively expansive and intricately interconnected. One idea always relates to another idea. It is […]

Research Spotlight: Women in eLearning: Continuing the Conversation by Cecelia Munzenmaier, Sharon Vipond and Julie Dirksen

The eLearning Guild’s latest white paper delivers the most recent research on women in eLearning and provides a framework for launching additional Guild-sponsored conversations on […]

Gamification and Evidence-Based Practice by Ruth Clark

What do we know about the effectiveness of gamification? We know that it depends on the type and design of the game, the instructional goal, […]

Design Can Enhance eLearning Comprehension by Pamela S. Hogle

Research indicates that reading comprehension suffers when learners move to screens from paper, but well-designed eLearning—that uses the strengths of digital media—can overcome both technical […]

Forgetting Helps You Remember: Why Spaced Learning Works by Pamela S. Hogle

Whatever paradigm is used, eLearning offers a variety of ways to implement spaced learning. The “spacing” can occur within a single session or by scheduling […]

Research Spotlight: Learning Analytics: A Practical Pathway to Success by Sharon Vipond and A.D. Detrick

The eLearning Guild’s newest white paper provides timely information and guidance that supports and extends the ongoing goals of the September 2016 Data & Analytics […]

Research Spotlight: Understanding BYOD by Sharon Vipond

The Guild has published a number of useful articles and papers that describe the “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend. The purpose of our newest […]

Capture Learners' Attention with Multimodal eLearning by Pamela S. Hogle

Learners have different abilities, interests, and preferences. Presenting eLearning in different modalities—text, video, interactive—can keep more learners engaged.

Buzzword Decoder: Spaced Learning by Pamela S. Hogle

Spaced learning is ideally suited to teaching factual material or processes where you can check understanding by using projects or solving problems. It is intended […]

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