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by Joe Ganci

Another year is ending, and there has been a lot of change in the eLearning landscape, including the entry of mobile learning into the mainstream and much experimentation in methods and modes of delivery. Tools have added more features to support new ideas, and Joe’s review of the year’s tools should be helpful to you as you consider changes to your own authoring choices.

Review   |   December 30, 2013
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by Stephanie Ivec

Most people learn about their jobs informally, from colleagues and mentors, and by observing (or asking) more experienced employees. Learn here about two key types of informal learning, and how a central knowledge hub can encourage unofficial, unscheduled, and impromptu learning, while making it available to the entire organization—without killing it by making it formal.

Tip   |   December 17, 2013
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by Jane Bozarth

One of the most basic, seemingly most simple, elements of instruction—giving directions—seems like it ought to be so easy. Unfortunately, “simple” often turns out to be anything but “easy.” Giving clear instructions is something of an art, and here are some resources to support mastering it.

Column   |   December 3, 2013
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by Joe Ganci

PowerPoint add-in tools have been around for quite some time, and none of them has captured the market or the imagination of eLearning designers as much as Articulate Studio. Here’s an in-depth look at the features of Articulate Studio ’13, the first update of Studio since 2008.

Review   |   November 26, 2013
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by Marc Rosenberg

Performance support is in the midst of its second revival. The first time around, every performance support project was a custom development job. Today, a new category of tools makes it much easier to create resources that support work at the moment of need. In this review, meet Leo, a proven way to help people get their work done.

Review   |   November 26, 2013
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by Shawn Scivally

To build games using Storyline as the authoring tool, you need to understand how to use variables and conditions. This tip explains what variables and conditions are, how to use them, and how to set them up in Storyline.

Tip   |   November 20, 2013
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by Patti Shank

The 2013 Authoring Tools Research Report provides a great deal of valuable information about eLearning practitioner’s choice of authoring tools. This month’s Research column explores the last half of the Report, which contains an in-depth analysis of respondents’ view of the importance of individual asynchronous eLearning authoring tool features.

Research   |   November 14, 2013
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by News Editor

Slow Internet connection? No Internet connection? No problem! dominKnow’s new mobile player provides organizations with an integrated, secure way to deliver training content to any user—at home, at the office, or on the road.

News   |   October 30, 2013
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by News Editor

Leveraging nearly two decades of eLearning experience, easygenerator recently embarked on an ambitious journey to re-create their product from scratch. The result is an entirely new, web-based authoring tool that enables users to create engaging, high-impact learning experiences—and the first iteration is available for free.

News   |   October 23, 2013
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by News Editor

The latest updates from Wax LRS provide L&D organizations intuitive and useful ways to better understand their learning-related data, in real time and on-demand.

News   |   October 23, 2013
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