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Dashe & Thomson, an exhibitor at DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo, announces a new approach to learning design that builds on research into the role of emotion in learning.

News   |   October 23, 2014
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inWhatLanguage, a best-in-class translation agency, will be returning for a second year to the DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo. After an exceedingly positive experience last year, the online-based translation company is thirsty for more.

News   |   October 22, 2014
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gomo learning announces the release of gomo 2.2. The authoring tool is full of new features and improvements, promising to help course developers easily create single-source content for multiple devices.

News   |   October 21, 2014
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by Stephen Meyer

Practice is critical for long-term learning, but research shows that learners don’t practice effectively on their own. What can you, the instructional designer, do about that? Here are five research-based design tips that will lock in learning.

Tip   |   October 21, 2014
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eLearning is a visual experience, and to take full advantage of it you need arresting graphics and solid visual design. If you’re not an expert, don’t lose hope! The eLearning Guild’s new eBook, 61 Tips for Making Learning Memorable with Graphics and Visual Design, can help.

News   |   September 23, 2014
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by Jane Bozarth

Needs assessment is critical to success in instructional design, but it is often left out for no good reason. (Expediency is not a sufficient excuse.) Here are a baker’s dozen of questions to ask.

Column   |   September 2, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

What does a veteran developer and reviewer of authoring tools learn over the years? Joe shares some of his lessons learned, about vendors and developers, about complacency, and about the right questions to ask when choosing authoring tools. Read this to benefit from Joe’s insights and experience!

Review   |   August 26, 2014
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by Bill Brandon

Content—text, video, images, audio, links, blogs, websites—is everything on the web, including eLearning. This mass of content contains much that is useful to you professionally (when you can find it), and much that is frankly pretty sketchy. Learning Solutions Magazine is a free, organized island of useful professional information in this sea, and you should subscribe to it! Here’s why.

Spotlight   |   August 20, 2014
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by Marc Rosenberg

We hear a lot about giving the learner something to do through interactivity and we hear a lot about engaging the learner. They are not the same thing. Interactivity does not necessarily create engagement, and engagement does not necessarily require overt interactivity. Learn about the difference here, and about the “Four T’s of Engagement.”

Column   |   August 12, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

Adobe Presenter 10 is a video tool that offers many new and improved features, including the ability to publish to HTML5, and to deliver HD quality video to any device. Is it worth licensing? Find out here!

Review   |   July 22, 2014
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