Should Instructor-Led Training Be Part of Your LMS?

When it comes to implementing an LMS, or learning management system, part of the debate is what type of content to include. Some organizations stick […]

Mobile-First Design and Why It Matters to Your Organization

Having a well-designed and defined training and development plan for employees is important for an organization. That plan needs to consist of a variety of […]

Five Tips for LMS Selection and Integration for SMBs On a Tight Budget

While enterprise organizations run to the world of virtual learning with open arms, small businesses aren’t always as quick to jump. A large part of […]

Friday Finds — Top Learning Tools, Learning Paths, Facilitation Resources

. There’s a reason over 2.6 million people start their day with Morning Brew – the daily email that delivers the latest news from Wall […]

6 forms of interaction in online learning

An interaction is defined as “a reciprocal action or influence of two things, two people.” Learning and teaching involve several forms of interaction between different […]

Learning Management Systems by the Numbers: Shocking Stats and Facts from the LMS Industry

Many organizations have already seen the increase in popularity of the LMS and started to consider the transition. Some have chosen and implemented their own […]

Mindful Leadership for Change [Midles]

Mindful Leadership for Change — from by Rebecca Midles Key Points This blog builds upon Framing and Designing the How. It digs into strategies […]

HIPAA Compliance Training and the Modern LMS: Keeping Your Healthcare Staff Up to Date

Nothing is worse than hours of endless compliance training, seminars, and mandatory meetings to “learn” about the latest rules and guidelines of HIPAA compliance and […]

Friday Finds — Online Training with Email, Does Sequence Matter in Learning, Building a Second Brain,

There’s a reason over 2.6 million people start their day with Morning Brew – the daily email that delivers the latest news from Wall Street […]

10 Arguments for Inciting Learning [Davidson & Katopodis]

10 Arguments for Inciting Learning — from by Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis Active learning has been clearly shown to be more effective […]

4 items for those working in Training, Learning & Development, & Instructional Design

L&D Go Beyond Podcast: Bridging the Gap between Learning and Performance, with Charles Jennings — from by Gabriella Daniels Excerpt: Often, there is a […]

The changing face of CPD and what it (should) mean for schools and providers

Thankfully, the face of CPD in education (that’s Continuing Professional Development, with the emphasis on the Continuing element) has been changing in recent years. I’ve […]

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