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by Pamela Hogle

Many individuals who prefer large type, enhanced contrast, or captioning on videos do not regard themselves as disabled, yet they benefit tremendously from accessible eLearning content; addressing those issues can make using eLearning easier, more convenient, and less frustrating. And if eLearning is easier to use, learners are likely to be more engaged and willing to complete the training.

Feature   |   October 3, 2016
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by Jeff Batt

“Design for mobile first” is advice that we see and hear often, but what does it mean? Does this mean we actually design our mobile solutions first and then design again for everything else, or does it mean we should just have in our plans that we should also publish to mobile? The answer is surprisingly simple, and you will find that answer here.

Spotlight   |   September 29, 2016
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by Joe Ganci

As time passes, more authoring tools have moved from our hard drives to the cloud. Pricing has changed, at the same time, from periodic purchase of a new version on a new CD or DVD to an annual subscription that results in a new version over time through incremental updates. Here is Joe’s take on this, plus news about changes to two important tools.

Review   |   September 27, 2016
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by Pamela Hogle

Using a model helps with the identification and analysis of a problem, the description and prediction of potential ways to address the problem, and the conceptualization, design, and implementation of a solution. In eLearning development, it can ensure addressing the real need, rather than simply creating training. Here are some of the most-used models.

Spotlight   |   September 20, 2016
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by Art Werkenthin

By now, you probably know that xAPI statements store better and more usable data than SCORM. Maybe your first instinct is “store everything.” However, that may not be the best idea if you want to have analytics later! Knowing the structure of an xAPI statement may make it easier to decide what data to track. This article will help you assemble the xAPI statement components to do exactly that.

Feature   |   September 19, 2016
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by Pamela Hogle

You can personalize the eLearning process, even if management has defined uniform learning outcomes. Developers can structure and code content to make it available to learners in multiple ways, offering learners control over which content they access and when. Here are some possible strategies for developers to consider.

Feature   |   September 12, 2016
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by News Editor

Learnnovators and Clark Quinn have created a course on “Workplace of the Future.” The free course is now available. This first- of-its-kind project models deeper design and advanced presentation style, including development under real-world constraints, baked-in best practices, experiential learning, collaborative social media, and open navigation. A link to the course is in this article.

News   |   September 12, 2016
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by Pamela Hogle

Hyperlinks in eLearning content can make the content more valuable to learners, but to be useful, the links have to be clear and meaningful. These 10 tips will ensure that links add value to your eLearning.

Tip   |   September 6, 2016
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by Joe Ganci

Even though Axonify says it is not a learning management system (LMS), it has definite similarities to one. But it goes even further into the world of building, measuring, and adjusting employee knowledge in larger enterprises. Journey into that world and see why Axonify calls itself an “employee knowledge platform.” It seems to be leading a very good trend in many respects.

Review   |   August 30, 2016
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by David Wood

Are you looking for help developing eLearning content? The fast-growing freelance market can provide a wealth of skills and expertise that is cost-effective, flexible, and agile. These 10 tips will help you hire the best eLearning freelancer.

Tip   |   August 30, 2016
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