10 Practical Ways To Lead An Unstoppable eLearning Team

How do you set up and lead a high-flying eLearning team that produces solutions on time, within budget and that meet all stakeholder needs? We’ve pulled together some top tips for leading a winning production team. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The Trend Toward Personalized And Adaptive Learning (With Tips And Examples To Help You Do It)

Personalized and adaptive learning remain hot topics in L&D. So, how can you turn this trend into action when you need to support thousands of people with learning? Well, it’s not as tricky as it might seem! We share tips and 3 personalized eLearning examples to inspire you. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Layers Of Learning Measurement For All Learning And Development Teams

It may sound complicated, but putting together a solid plan for measuring the effectiveness of your learning projects is much easier than you might think! It’s also very important. Here’s a 4-layered approach to learning measurement that every eLearning team needs to get acquainted with. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Alternative Ways To Demonstrate ROI From Your eLearning

How can you report on the ROI of your eLearning programs when it’s not as simple as an in-out financial calculation? Well, it’s important to take a step back and consider what’s most valuable to your organization. Here are 6 alternative ways to approach this common challenge. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The 6 Pillars Of A People-Centered eLearning Strategy

How confident are you that your eLearning is really making a difference? If you’re not ready to put a wager on it, you’re not alone. Underpinning your projects with the 6 pillars of people-centered eLearning will help you to produce eLearning that delivers real-life impact. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Things That Impact Learner Engagement And Session Time In Digital Learning

Keeping your audience engaged, so that they complete the content and demonstrate a positive change in behavior, is high on the list for learning designers. But what is the ideal session time? And what affects how long you keep your audience actually learning?

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