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by Art Kohn

Some scandalous questions: What are the odds that your eLearning, by itself, will succeed at changing behavior? Put another way, “Does education matter?” Will teaching people new information really get them to behave in new ways? Art reveals some research that lay hidden for years, although it opens insights into what does and does not cause groups of people to change their behavior.

Column   |   March 19, 2015
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by News Editor

Kineo’s new service accelerates timelines and reduces cost for development in Articulate Storyline products.

News   |   March 18, 2015
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by Chip Cleary

Companies are planning to spend more on training for front-line managers, but will this create better results? The challenge is getting what’s taught in the classroom and in eLearning to transfer to the job. This seems daunting, but physical therapists (PTs) routinely get this transfer to happen. Here are six tips, ideas from research and from the masters of misery, your friendly local PTs.

Feature   |   March 16, 2015
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by News Editor

Hurix encourages learning and training organizations to take up the challenge of transforming their Flash-based legacy content to HTML5 in order to ride the rising wave of mobile devices. Only when your content is accessible on multiple devices and platforms for mobile audiences will you be able to realize the ROI on the huge investment made on content development.

News   |   March 12, 2015
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by Marc Rosenberg

The problem with learning technology is not the technology itself, but how well it’s used. Here are seven cautions to keep in mind as you develop and implement learning technology solutions of all shapes and sizes, to assure that you don’t jump into things blindly and that you see the bigger picture.

Column   |   March 10, 2015
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by Hilary Albert, Manjit Sekhon

In a recent corporate MOOC, over 85 percent of the participants completed the training—17 times higher than the average academic MOOC. What drove those results?

Tip   |   March 4, 2015
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by Jane Bozarth

Editing your own work or the work of your subject matter experts (SMEs) is an important activity for instructional designers, but it takes focus to do it well. Here are some tips that will help you become a ruthless editor!

Column   |   March 3, 2015
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by Joe Fournier

Mobile learning is one of those topics that’s so obviously important that everyone involved in workforce development and education needs to understand its breadth and width and then explore the little spaces in between. It deserves your focused examination and consideration. Here’s a review of a great place to start (or continue) your journey!

Review   |   February 25, 2015
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by Cammy Bean

Responsive website design is the current darling of the web world and for good reason. Essentially, it means that content will respond to the screen size it detects. Here’s what you need to know about responsive design for eLearning, and some ideas to get you started using it in your projects!

Feature   |   February 23, 2015
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by Greg Ball

Not every eLearning production needs video, but some really do. Which ones? Here are the three times you should include video in your project.

Tip   |   February 18, 2015
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