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by James Rasmussen

Even when the eLearning is well-designed, after completing it employees will need support at the moment they are actually trying to use what they learned. However, there may be no manager or coach or peer expert available in that moment to help them. Performance support, especially delivered on a mobile device, may be the ideal solution for this problem. Read about it here!

Feature   |   August 18, 2014
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by Jennifer De Vries, Stephen Haskin

Most eLearning professionals will need to create a voiceover script from time to time as part of their job. But writing scripts for audio is different from writing text that a learner reads from a display. Where do you learn this skill? There aren’t many courses that teach this. Here are 10 tips that will help you to write better scripts!

Feature   |   August 11, 2014
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by Conrad Gottfredson

The performance zone has never been more challenging. Change continuously disrupts it; threats or opportunities seemingly come out of nowhere. The ability to correctly anticipate change will make or break it. The job performance of employees is what fundamentally matters. Here are the five strategic areas where the learning organization must focus to enable that performance.

Feature   |   August 4, 2014
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by Megan Torrance

Many instructional designers know and use the linear ADDIE approach to development projects. At the same time, many are also aware of agile methods that offer significant flexibility and facilitate changes. Does a designer have to choose one or the other? Not really—and this article explains why.

Feature   |   July 28, 2014
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by Stephen Haskin

The first time they open Adobe After Effects, some people become so frightened that they close it and never come back. If you are one of those people, take heart! Here is a tutorial that will get you started on the road to mastering some of the most powerful video software out there. It can make a huge difference in the quality of video in your eLearning productions!

Feature   |   July 21, 2014
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by Lisa Russell

Words are a pillar of good design, and like any other part of the designer’s job, it takes work to make them effective. But the work need not be drudgery. You have an excellent laborsaving tool at your command, and in this article you will find great suggestions for using it!

Feature   |   July 14, 2014
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by Steven Loomis

We’ve been facing a problem with mobile. We’ve been concentrating on delivery of training rather than support of performance. Here’s a suggestion to stop this cycle by introducing strategies that focus on using performance tools with mobile devices rather than delivering training through mobile devices.

Feature   |   July 7, 2014
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by Bill Brandon

At mLearnCon 2014, The eLearning Guild recognized Guild members and conference attendees who have contributed their knowledge and expertise to the learning profession. Here are the names of the mLearnCon 2014 Guild Master and the winners of the 2014 mLearning DemoFest.

Feature   |   July 2, 2014
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by Stacy Lindenberg

New eLearning implementations and their supporting technologies, from learning management systems and learning record stores to mobile devices, social media, and performance support, introduce change in organizational life. End user and stakeholder resistance to change can defeat even the “perfect” system. Here are five key practices to gain the support needed for success.

Feature   |   June 30, 2014
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by Carol Leaman

Gamification applied to learning is getting a lot of attention from designers, but are there any proven best practices? Here are seven “lessons learned” from millions of discrete interactions within gamified learning interactions. The big lesson: Gamification more completely engages learners. But you also need to pay attention to detail.

Feature   |   June 23, 2014
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