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by Todd Kasenberg

Raptivity Linker, software that enables stitching together multiple Raptivity interactivities and parts, was recently released from beta. Here is a user review that identifies the functionality and ease of use of this new tool, and also lays out some areas where it could use some further development.

Review   |   April 23, 2015
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by Bill Brandon

Times change, and instructional methods change with them. One concept that instructional designers should become familiar with is that of the role of community in learning, and the necessity of learners feeling themselves involved in a community. A new book takes a strategic look at this approach and provides the necessary background you need to get started.

Review   |   April 21, 2015
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by Joe Ganci

With the arrival of a new year, the authoring tool update cycle is in full swing. Here’s the current update from a half-dozen tool publishers!

Review   |   March 24, 2015
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by News Editor

The eLearning Guild has released the 2015 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report. Based on data from more than 5,000 Guild members, the average base salary of an eLearning employee is $78,310. Make the most of new resources in the report to start your own research, access the Guild’s salary calculator, and develop an action plan to prepare for—and succeed in—future negotiations.

Review   |   February 25, 2015
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by Joe Fournier

Mobile learning is one of those topics that’s so obviously important that everyone involved in workforce development and education needs to understand its breadth and width and then explore the little spaces in between. It deserves your focused examination and consideration. Here’s a review of a great place to start (or continue) your journey!

Review   |   February 25, 2015
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by Joe Ganci

This month, Joe’s review covers one free tool and one that is definitely not free. They have different purposes, both have their interesting features, both have their limitations. This review will help you sort them out.

Review   |   February 24, 2015
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by Bill Brandon

There is little doubt that, in order to play a strategic part in the future, learning and development (L&D) must measure results in terms of business benefit, and optimize those results. This means dealing in “big data” and going beyond ROI measures. Here is a step-by-step guide for L&D managers and executives.

Review   |   February 5, 2015
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by Dave Buglass

“Digital is no longer a technology for organizations to implement; instead it’s very much become a mindset on how people operate and behave. We need to consider how we provide all of our colleague services in a modern and innovative manner that replicates the experiences they have every day in their normal lives,” says Tesco Bank’s Dave Buglass.

Review   |   January 29, 2015
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by Joe Ganci

Among the ways to improve the effectiveness of the learning and performance ecosystem in an organization is to make good use of social media to support collaboration, and after instruction is complete, add support for learners until such time as they become proficient. More software is coming to support these approaches. Here is a review of one that works well.

Review   |   January 27, 2015
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by Bill Brandon

Darlene Christopher has written a book for new and experienced trainers alike that will guide them to delivery of instruction at a distance that is every bit as effective as it would be in the classroom. This one belongs on your shelf.

Review   |   January 21, 2015
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