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by Bill Brandon

This spotlight series offers links to some of the latest and greatest content from The eLearning Guild. This week: A winning DemoFest presentation; picking an authoring tool for mobile applications; tips for "must have" video gear and for music; and David Kelly's recommended articles and blog posts from all over the World Wide Web.

Spotlight   |   July 23, 2015
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by Ellen Wagner

With all of our professional knowledge, skills, and abilities about navigating differences, why do gender differences continue to hamper career path development? Here’s another point of view.

Spotlight   |   July 21, 2015
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by Andy Johnson, Steve Foreman, Craig Wiggins, Peter Berking

When human performance problems have their root causes in broken business processes, missing policies, inadequate standards, or poorly designed systems, training alone (including eLearning) may not be an effective solution. The Experience API can help in these cases. Here is a fictitious scenario that illustrates how to use xAPI to optimize the work environment.

Feature   |   July 20, 2015
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by Bill Brandon

The eLearning Guild has thousands of curated resources in its archive, but how do you find what you are looking for? It would be like searching for the proverbial needle in the legendary haystack if not for the Guild’s search tool. Here’s where to find the search tool and how to use it!

Tip   |   June 30, 2015
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by Ellen Wagner

This is graduation season, when commencement speakers share wisdom and advice. If you don’t have graduation parties in your immediate future, where can you turn to get inspired to take on the “next big thing”? Where do you go for advice? eLearning leaders share the advice they wish someone had given them at the beginning.

Feature   |   June 1, 2015
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by News Editor

Additions to Cisco’s training and certification portfolio enable customers to navigate rapid technology shifts.

News   |   May 28, 2015
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by Aisha Taylor

There are a few things that everyone engaged in the discussion of the numbers of women choosing STEM careers consistently get wrong. Here are four things that all of us—women and men alike—can do to be more inclusive and encourage women to enter and stay involved in STEM fields.

Spotlight   |   April 16, 2015
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by Lorna Collier

As mobile devices, apps, and other new learning tools have become available, so has the demand for education to teach learning professionals how to use them. What should you know if you are interested in an online degree or certificate in instructional design? If you need more focused skill development, are there options that require less time and lower investment? Here are some answers!

Feature   |   April 13, 2015
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by News Editor

Building on its commitment to make eLearning easy for everyone, Yukon Learning announces the launch of a new blog, “The Articulate Trainer.” The blog promises answers to common questions and advice for building effective eLearning using Articulate tools.

News   |   March 20, 2015
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by Mark Lassoff

A meeting with a client 10 years ago provides a key—and unfortunately typical—example of some of the assumptions that result in a hostile environment for women in tech. But there are more sources, as this article points out. Where do we start changing the assumptions, and why is it important to make the changes? Here are some of the places and reasons to begin. Don’t be left behind.

Spotlight   |   March 19, 2015
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