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by Steve Foreman

Can people in your organization get critical expert advice with ease and confidence? Here are seven steps to create or improve your expert network.

Feature   |   September 26, 2016
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by Art Werkenthin

By now, you probably know that xAPI statements store better and more usable data than SCORM. Maybe your first instinct is “store everything.” However, that may not be the best idea if you want to have analytics later! Knowing the structure of an xAPI statement may make it easier to decide what data to track. This article will help you assemble the xAPI statement components to do exactly that.

Feature   |   September 19, 2016
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by Pamela Hogle

You can personalize the eLearning process, even if management has defined uniform learning outcomes. Developers can structure and code content to make it available to learners in multiple ways, offering learners control over which content they access and when. Here are some possible strategies for developers to consider.

Feature   |   September 12, 2016
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by Oliver Kern

This article describes the creation of SkillCamp, a marketing and sales learning framework and academy in the agricultural industry that covers different content delivery methods, from classroom training to online performance support. It also discusses key principles of performance support and success factors for establishing such a framework. This is vital reading for managers and executives!

Feature   |   September 5, 2016
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by David James

Is your learning management system actually helping employees to improve their performance? It is time to look past learning, to refocus on performance and capability, to help people to do their actual jobs, and ensure that the capability to deliver real results exists in the organization. Here are four actions you can take to change the way you look at our work differently!

Feature   |   August 29, 2016
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by Lisa Minogue-White

Earlier this year, many media outlets predicted that 2016 would be “the year of virtual reality” (VR). But after 10 years of reports and anticipation, it is clear that our efforts to put VR to work in the service of learning must be led by the business needs, not the technology. Here is a model to help you do that!

Feature   |   August 22, 2016
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by Carrie Strohl

Excited by new technologies, including online video? Tempted to design your learning program around it? Be careful! You may be ignoring the basic principles of collaborative learning. Here are the best practices to get the most collaborative- learning value from your online video use, and ideas to help you get started using collaborative video!

Feature   |   August 15, 2016
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by Stephen Haskin

If you’re making eLearning productions these days, you’re probably making video. What are you doing to give your video depth and get learners believing they’re in the situation you want them to believe in? The right answer, for many eLearning productions, is to create a sonic environment. Not just narration or a voice track, but a soundtrack. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Feature   |   August 8, 2016
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by George Denoon

A motion graphics designer examines how new technologies such as 360-degree video can be applied to digital learning, especially in safety-critical industries.

Feature   |   August 1, 2016
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by Veronica Yan, Morris Davis

Certain “desirably difficult” conditions of learning that more actively and effortfully engage learners lead to better long-term learning. In other words, training that makes learning difficult is more effective. Does that seem shocking to you? Find out here why the common wisdom that says you should make eLearning easy is wrong, and to learn what “desirably difficult” entails.

Feature   |   July 25, 2016
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