Learn the meaning behind some common eLearning industry terms.
We dive into the term “artificial intelligence” discovering how AI is affecting learning and development in 2020 and how AI will continue to evolve eLearning.
As more training moves online, understanding terms like hybrid learning and blended learning is essential to figuring out the best approach for your learners.
Bloom’s Taxonomy is a familiar tool for instructional designers. Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy extends to include activities for eLearning or online training initiatives.
Providing feedback throughout a learning experience can boost performance and outcomes. Learn why and how to create effective formative feedback.
Learners forget much of what they learn, especially if they only get one exposure. Learn how to beat the forgetting curve to build long-term knowledge retention.
Your employees already engage in workflow learning. We’ll go through what workflow learning is and how you can focus it toward improving training outcomes!
A virtual classroom platform can help you achieve your training goals! Learn the benefits of virtual classrooms as working from home increases.
Repeating content is just the first step in building retention; with interleaved learning, your learners receive a mixture of related content to improve effectiveness.
The learner experience (LX) encompasses content as well as other elements of the training journey. Learn why a great LX matters for your eLearning results!
Reskilling and upskilling update employees’ skills and teach new skills, filling knowledge gaps and boosting employee motivation, capabilities and performance.
Performance support or workflow learning provides on-demand assistance and answers to employees, without taking them away from their work tasks.
A knowledge retention strategy ensures that learners not only complete their training, they learn and remember it, improving their skills in the process!
One-time exposure to eLearning content is not enough! Learn why spaced repetition is the answer to building successful long-term knowledge retention.
Understanding how artificial intelligence impacts eLearning will help you sort out what’s hype and what can improve your training content and workflow.
If you're upgrading your LMS, you'll likely come across the buzzword "personalized learning." What is it, and how does it enhance learner experience?
Everboarding recognizes learning is constant and transforms training from a “one-and-done” event to a continuous process focused on knowledge retention.
Adaptive training treats each learner as an individual, targeting content to each learner based on their progress, performance, and prior knowledge.
In a tight labor market, employee experience matters. Improving employee experience through training can boost performance, productivity and profits.
Corporate training is moving into the digital era, but instructor-led training still plays a large role in training employees. How do you blend the two together?
When you want an answer, you don't sign up for an hour-long seminar — you do a quick search on your phone. And whether you realize it or not, that's microlearning.
If you're shopping for a new LMS, chances are you've heard of SCORM Compliance. But, how could it impact your LMS and online training courses? Find out!
Even in the digital age, instructor-led training, or ILT, remains a popular training choice. How can you support ILT with digital tools?
Game-based learning? Gamification? What's the difference? We dive in to determine what they truly mean and if it makes sense to build into eLearning content!
Gamification is a powerful tool that can be used to improve engagement — if it's done right. What are the most effective ways to add gamification to your training?
Responsive design may allow content to adapt to different screen sizes, but it's when content is designed with short, micro moments in mind that your training becomes "mobile-first."
Providing opportunity for social learning is important — but it's also important to understand you can't force it, and when it's time to leave your learners to their own devices.
A good LMS combines multiple features — that of a library or database to hold content, ways to track learning paths, and more. It's the corporate learning hub.
Employee skills have a rapidly decreasing shelf-life and corporate training is the solution for upskilling and reskilling employees.