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eLearning development
13th September 2022

Creating a positive learning culture

Well-respected L&D expert Laura Overton emphasises that establishing a learning culture isn’t just about learners and learning professionals, but about “how we get the rest of the organisation to connect, to value, to share and to collaborate with the things we’re doing.”

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eLearning Design
5th September 2022

Cognitive load: 12 tips for maximising knowledge retention

One of the common mistakes eLearning course creators and trainers make is cramming too much content into their sessions.The aim of all eLearning courses is for learners to retain information after a session has ended, but this can be difficult if there’s too much going on for people to digest.

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eLearning development
2nd September 2022

12 tips when working with subject matter experts

Subject matter experts (or SME’s). Every business has them – the fountains of knowledge that are critical in helping you to create content. Whether it’s training courses, informational product guides or inspirational blogs, it’s likely you’ve had to work with an SME to fill in the gaps. For eLearning designers in particular, it’s really important to build a strong relationship with the SME’s in your organisation.

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Digital Adoption
2nd September 2022

Is Learning in the Flow of work the future of workplace learning?

How often are employees left waiting on support tickets or on-hold with website live-chat? How much time and productivity does this cost? And can employees afford to take the time out of their day to take an hour-long training course? Learning in the flow of work is a practice that can mitigate these issues and bring workplace learning more in-line with the age of instant answers that people are used to.

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eLearning Design
26th August 2022

How gamification improves eLearning engagement

It’s the job of the trainer and course content creator to get under a learner’s radar and ensure that your learning engages and resonates.One such way is to use gamification.

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eLearning Design
23rd August 2022

10 storytelling tips to make your eLearning more engaging

Storytelling is a key part of creating engaging, interactive and entertaining eLearning content… when it’s done well.

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eLearning Design
11th August 2022

10 top tips for creating eLearning video content in-house

Video is no longer considered a “special occasion” activity reserved for a big set piece event or company announcement. Video now engages and communicates with existing and potential customers throughout the customer journey.

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eLearning Design
9th August 2022

How mobile learning can bring your L&D strategy to life

When it comes to learning and development in the flow of work, the shackles are well and truly off. We’re seeing a realisation amongst forward thinking organisations that access to L&D content and training should be available to all employee levels – not just the senior management teams.

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eLearning development
3rd August 2022

How to build a successful learning and development strategy

Businesses and organisations are facing unprecedented challenges – and HR ...

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eLearning development
25th July 2022

Why L&D leaders must plug the Digital Learning gap

Has digital learning ever been more important to businesses? The pandemic has accelerated the demand for digital learning, but many businesses are still playing catch up when it comes to the right solutions.  

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eLearning development
18th July 2022

Why digital upskilling is now business critical

Generally, remote working is seen as a positive for both employees and the organisations they work for. But from a learning and development perspective, it presents its own set of challenges, that cannot be ignored.

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eLearning development
17th June 2022

Can eLearning really halt the Great Resignation?

It’s been around a year since the term ‘Great Resignation’ started to gain traction – and one year on, it’s showing little signs of slowing down.   Many have touted eLearning as the cure to this phenomenon. But is it really that simple? Can eLearning alone stop the great resignation?  

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