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by Janet Clarey

Addressing employees’ learning needs in today’s organizations requires a flexible, comprehensive approach that addresses the entire learning ecosystem. The Guild Academy proudly announces a new course that delivers a learning environment design to help you select a powerful set of resources in support of learning in your organization!

Spotlight   |   March 5, 2014
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by Nic Laycock

Ireland has always had a proud academic tradition. This article showcases Enterprise Ireland, which identifies good business initiatives in their start-up phase and supports them with exposure, advice, and funding. Learn about innovation and creativity at the cutting edge of the learning industry, in places where hardship from the EU financial crisis required new approaches.

News   |   February 27, 2014
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by Art Kohn

The human brain is enormously powerful. It contains and controls our memories, our passions, our thinking, and our learning. Successful eLearning applications must work in a way that is compatible with the way the brain learns. Today we introduce a new column that will explore what neuroscience is finding out about the way the 100 billion nerve cells in the brain function!

Column   |   February 20, 2014
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by News Editor

The eLearning Guild announces the publication of its annual salary report, the 2014 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report. The report examines data from more than 5,900 members of the Guild to analyze global salary and compensation trends, taking variables such as region, employer size, and education into account.

News   |   February 19, 2014
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by Jennifer Neibert

The final three steps in Conrad Gottfredson’s AGILE instructional design methodology (iterate and implement, leverage, and evaluate) provide context and prioritization for creating workable learning solutions; for integrating technology, people, and research in our performance-support efforts; and for designing the ways we measure the business impact of what we do.

Tip   |   February 6, 2014
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by Tracy Bissette

What’s the difference between an instructional designer (ID) and a lead or senior instructional designer? It’s more than simply having more knowledge of design principles and learning theory! The critical factors are all about business. Here are some tips on developing these business skills, specifically as they pertain to instructional design.

Tip   |   February 5, 2014
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by Jack Phillips, Patti Phillips

Few would dispute the convenience, low cost, and high efficiency of eLearning. However, dozens of ROI studies show the results, in terms of transfer to the job and impact on business results, are usually less than facilitator-led versions. It does not have to be this way. Here is an analysis of the reasons, and some recommendations that will make a difference in your real-world results.

Feature   |   February 3, 2014
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by Janet Clarey

A degree in instructional design provides the skills to create effective instruction and to manage projects. It covers tools and technologies, theories and models. But nearly all programs leave a gap in the graduate’s skill set: the real-world business side of the profession. The Guild Academy has a way to fill that void with the essentials that will support your success!

Spotlight   |   January 30, 2014
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by Carol Leaman

Identifying the effect of transfer of knowledge to the job and on operational and financial results has long been a challenge for training managers who wish to demonstrate to executives the value of training, even though this has always been possible. Here is a look at how retrieval practice, which is grounded in research, supports the needed link.

Feature   |   January 20, 2014
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by Jane Bozarth

As 2013 fades away, take time to remember and apply what we learned. Here’s a summary of some key ideas from Nuts and Bolts.

Column   |   January 7, 2014
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