Dec 2020

    When done well, eLearning can be a truly effective and engaging learning tool. An eLearning module that works for some learners, but leaves others unable to access the content, isn’t doing its job. This is why accessibility in eLearning is so important. Let's discuss...

    Dec 2020

      Lots of people dislike proofreading their work. Some actively hate it. It can also be pretty difficult and time-consuming. I’m really selling it to you so far aren’t I? Let's take a look at the important role proofreading plays in eLearning content development.

      Dec 2020

        Pokémon Go is everywhere. The app is brilliant inspiration for gamification, a stand-out example of augmented reality, and a testament to the power of nostalgia. eLearning developers, teachers, and learning and development professionals: take note! There’s a lot that we can learn from Pokémon Go...

        Dec 2020

          eLearning provides an exciting opportunity for learners to engage with an interactive platform, acquire knowledge, and develop new skills. However, most eLearning is still stuck in the past, with pages and pages of texts and a multiple choice quiz to finish. There are so many more ways to have your learners interact with your eLearning content. Let's discuss...

          Dec 2020

            Do you struggle with writing and developing eLearning content? Do you spend hours considering what to include in your staff or sales training? One solution to your problem could be going back to university for one to three years; to gain a wealth of knowledge on teaching principles, strategies and best practises. Or you could just read this blog...

            Dec 2020
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            Triggers allow you to initiate a sequence of animations by clicking on a specific object rather than a simple mouse click. This can be helpful for de-cluttering a slide or making a presentation more interactive however getting triggers to work practically can be a bit tricky. Let's take a look.

            Dec 2020

              Online learning is fast becoming the go-to method for delivering courses, and testing is becoming a key part of making sure that your participants take away the right information. The trouble is that getting someone to answer a question might be good in the moment, but how do you write questions that will test participants so that they’ll retain the information longer than a Snapchat...

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