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by Pamela Hogle

Creating global eLearning entails more than translating content. Awareness of cultural differences can help presenters avoid misunderstandings.

Spotlight   |   December 20, 2017
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GlobalEnglish Reach reshapes business English teaching, powered by machine learning and deep data analysis; Reach personalizes learning experiences at the right time to meet a learner’s goals anytime, anywhere.

News   |   October 25, 2017
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by Pamela Hogle

Word choice can open a window on a company’s culture. Choose words in your eLearning that include and empower—not marginalize.

Spotlight   |   September 5, 2017
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by Ronnie Duncan

A training program can help bridge cultural and workplace practice differences. Training delivered via eLearning modules or live online classes can be particularly effective, but it takes a lot of upfront work to get a successful program off the ground. Here are five keys that will help you design and deliver a successful global training program.

Tip   |   April 15, 2015
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by Jennifer Neibert

Is your organization thriving … or are you merely surviving? And for those times when mobile learning is the perfect complement to your existing strategies, how can you take full advantage of its possibilities? This article takes a high-level look at the impact of mobile, data trends, and an organization’s learning culture to give today’s executives plenty of food for thought.

Feature   |   May 5, 2014
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by Wendy Farrell

Global expansion presents an exciting new challenge for professionals with a role in developing training and eLearning materials for an increasingly multicultural workforce. But just how do you plan for globalization? Here’s a four-step process to help you make a great first impression with users around the world, roll out multiple programs quickly—and stay on track with your budget.

Tip   |   April 9, 2014
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by Ronald Yu

As use of the Internet and the Web for learning expands, there will be more opportunities for cultural differences to affect how, and whether, learning takes place at all. This article looks at the barriers to use of eLearning and what we can do about them.

Feature   |   May 9, 2011
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by Adam Eling

Localization of your courses to permit their use internationally may be an excellent way to save time and money, but you must plan and design content carefully. Here are eight tips that will ensure your courseware is as effective overseas as it is at home!

Tip   |   September 8, 2010
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by Jane Bozarth

This new addition to ASTD’s Infoline series is intended for American instructional designers who create instruction for delivery in another part of the world.

Review   |   March 12, 2010
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by Mary Haskett

Ideal Innovations, Inc. won a software infrastructure project in Iraq, with e-Learning support for end-user training. Working with subject-matter experts who were time-shifted by nine hours, and across language and culture barriers, made for an interesting project. This article tells how the developers dealt with the challenges.

Feature   |   April 7, 2008
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