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by Jane Bozarth

We need new words. They might have to be neologisms, or even sniglets, but we are doing many things these days in ways that we never did them before, and so there are no words for them. Jane reflects on three such instances. Can you supply the words?

Column   |   May 7, 2013
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by Richard Butler

No matter what kind of eLearning you are developing, one of your goals is to engage and hold onto the learners. Before you can do that, you have to capture them—get their minds engaged. According to Carmen Taran, you have about 30 seconds to do this, and here is a review of the book in which she shows you the techniques that will do just that.

Review   |   May 1, 2013
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by Dusti Annan-Coultas

One of the most difficult accountabilities in a professional’s job description is managing change. There are few guidelines and no paradigm easily abbreviated into a set of initials. In fact, the professional must climb completely out of the familiar box that may be his or her job description and venture into very unfamiliar territory. Fortunately, one who has been there left a map.

Tip   |   April 17, 2013
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by Jennifer Neibert

Whether you’re just getting started in eLearning or you’re an experienced practitioner looking for ways to continue building your portfolio, consider volunteering your skills and expertise to a nonprofit organization working to change the world. The opportunity to give back is incredibly rewarding, so step up and find an organization where you can donate your time and talents.

Spotlight   |   April 16, 2013
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by Patti Shank

Imagine a breakout session with five opinionated Guild Research writers at the 2013 Learning Solutions Conference in Orlando, jam-packed with questions and laughter from both panelists and audience members. Here’s some of the fun (and information) from that session.

Research   |   April 11, 2013
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by Marc Rosenberg

How do people become high performers? Here are three ideas from one of the keynote speakers at last month’s eLearning Guild Learning Solutions Conference. Plant these ideas into your programs and watch your learners grow!

Column   |   April 9, 2013
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by Steven Loomis

Do you long to have an eLearning Dream Team for your development projects? Because of the mix of skills and experience available to you, this may be a tall order to fill, so what can you do? The ideal and the real are often far apart, but here is an analysis to help you use the staff talent you have.

Feature   |   April 8, 2013
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by Jennifer Neibert

Most workplace learning happens outside formal training course and classes. To effectively support and improve job performance, learning content must also be available when the learner needs it. Here are some tips from experts to get your learners the content they need when and where they need it. For more tips from these experts and others, sign up for the April 11 Online Forum!

Tip   |   March 27, 2013
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by Bill Brandon, Jennifer Neibert

The eLearning Guild's annual Learning Solutions Conference & Expo met in Orlando, Florida from March 13 to March 15, drawing a record number of participants. The Guild enhanced the program content and support in several innovative ways. Read the recap of the conference and expo here!

Feature   |   March 18, 2013
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by Patti Shank

The eLearning Guild’s Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report always attracts a lot of attention. Here is an overview guide to the report itself, which is a free download (linked in article). Take a look, see what the excitement is about, and use our official Guild Research Salary Calculator!

Research   |   March 14, 2013
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