Your Source for Learning
Technology, Strategy, and News
ARTICLES      RSS feed RSS feed
Type:     Topic:     Sort:

by Bill Brandon

Audio—in other words, sound—is a key sensory element in eLearning productions. In a good production, audio can engage learners, it can add to the information the learners receive, and it can provide important cues. There are many resources in The eLearning Guild’s archives to help you include audio in your productions. Here are six examples.

Tip   |   July 22, 2015
2    0

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
19    4

by Bill Brandon

Did you ever want to try something different in your eLearning or performance support production, but you were stymied because you didn’t know how? The eLearning Guild’s archive of content has thousands of resources waiting for you! This is the start of a series that delivers the best of what’s there, matched to your specific project needs.

Tip   |   July 9, 2015
11    3

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
6    0

by Mason Martin

While designing linear eLearning that plays well on mobile devices is fairly straightforward, creating mobile serious games requires different considerations and development strategies. Here is a quick rundown of the four most critical things you must take into account when building a serious game that supports mobile devices.

Feature   |   June 22, 2015
7    0

by News Editor

gomo learning is delighted to announce their appearance at mLearnCon 2015, the leading North American event for mobile- technology supported learning and performance support professionals.

News   |   June 9, 2015
1    0

by News Editor

iSpring announces an upgrade for iSpring Pro 7.1, its classic PowerPoint-based tool. New in this upgrade is easy creation of video from slides and one-click publishing to YouTube.

News   |   May 27, 2015
7    0

by Frank Nguyen, Kangmei Yang

While training is useful and pragmatic, there are more efficient and effective methods to enable employee performance. One of these is combining training and performance support. In this article, we outline a standard methodology for designing performance support, based on the experience of a Fortune 100 organization.

Spotlight   |   May 26, 2015
8    0

by Joe Ganci

PowerPoint add-in tools are an important category of eLearning authoring software, and a developer or manager can spend a lot of time comparing their features when it comes time to select one. This month’s review will save you much of that effort! Joe reports on six of the most prominent tools, in easy-to-use tabular format.

Review   |   May 26, 2015
29    1

by Art Werkenthin

The current standard for eLearning-to-LMS communication is SCORM, the Shareable Content Object Reference Model. Originally released in 2001, SCORM is rapidly becoming obsolete. Here is an update on the path to a new standard.

Spotlight   |   May 21, 2015
40    0