No, We Cannot Look Everything Up

Search can help us find information, but we must know what to look up and how to interpret and use it. Existing knowledge helps us know what to look up. Existing knowledge helps us know if what we find is relevant. It helps us understand what the information means. And so on.

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6 Extended Enterprise Learning Benefits For Your Business

An effective training strategy for your extended enterprise has a ripple effect. Not only does it guide your customer and partner success, but its learning benefits are also far-reaching, impacting everything from sales to engagement to retention.

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How To Make eLearning More Engaging: Know The Tips To Make Your eLearning Program Popular

Clear your doubts and understand the need for making your eLearning program more popular than ever before by crafting a strategy that efficiently delivers excellent results to your end-users.

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5 Secrets That Will Keep Online Students Coming Back for More

Engaged students are profitable. When you keep students engaged, they will finish your courses, get their desired outcomes, buy more of what you offer, and become even more excited and more dedicated every time they pay you!

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Memes & Scavenger Hunts: Ten Ways to Improve Your L&D Program on a Budget (Includes Webinar Recording & Slides)

Yesterday’s webinar discussed memes, scavenger hunts, and other cost effective ways to spice up a training program. The session was one of the most popular yet – over 1,300 registrations and hundreds of people who have attended live or watched the recording so far.  A lot of awesome ideas were shared by the audience.

You can watch the recording or take a look at the slides:

The slides include links to additional resources.  Here they are:

Here’s the full session description:

Is your learning and development budget missing some zeros? This session is for you. Sadly, Oprah isn’t going to attend and give everyone a new bank account. But you will get boatloads of budget-stretching ideas from your colleagues during this interactive session. You can still provide a great learning environment, even if you’re running short on funds!

Katrina Marie Baker, Senior Learning Evangelist at Adobe, will provide some practical tips on how to:

  • Engage learners in the classroom or virtual classroom without spending money
  • Get help from departments outside of L&D (yes, you can make this happen!)
  • Use learning technology to make your L&D team more efficient
  • Persuade leadership to give you more funding next year

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Connect Without The Coin: 6 Budget-Stretching Tips To Boost Learner Engagement In AND Out Of The Virtual Classroom

When you’re trying to pinch pennies, enriching your virtual classroom curriculum is probably the last thing on your fiscal mind. However, it may be just what you need to boost learner engagement and achieve the best ROI. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Free eBook: How To Leverage A Mobile Learning Strategy To Increase Learner Engagement

Nothing is worth more than learning engagement to a Learning & Development department. One could say that it's the highest goal of any learning initiative to encourage participation from your workforce as a whole. Perhaps, first, we can look at the unambiguous definition of what learning engagement is. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.