Successfully Converting Instructor-Led Training (ILT) To eLearning

With the advent of the World Wide Web came a massive change in how people learn, teach, and exchange information. The internet has made it possible to reconfigure what education means to us and invent faster and better ways of learning. Enter eLearning and self-education, two terms that did not exist prior to the online era.

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Key Employee Needs That You Must Incorporate Into Your Learning Design

To increase the effectiveness of training and achieve a better ROI, organizations must incorporate critical employee needs into their learning designs. In this article, I show you how you can successfully meet this mandate.

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Solving The Plight Of The L&D Professional With An Agile Process

The L&D industry is being challenged to meet the needs of a rapidly changing global economy. The race toward innovation depends on keeping an entire workforce eager, willing, and able to learn quickly. As a result, L&D professionals are responsible for hitting key business objectives.

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5 Types Of eLearning Courses You Should Avoid Designing

Amateur Instructional Designers often sacrifice quality for quantity, which is where the problem starts. In this article, we'll discuss the 5 types of eLearning courses that constitute bad eLearning and that should be avoided.

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Create Learning Experiences That Work

With the rapid pace of technology, human nature and its needs have changed a lot. No longer are age-old concepts and ways of teaching effective. Science and arts education has moved from a teacher-centric design to a learner-centric design. The latest development in this regard is Learning Experience Design (LXD).

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