5 Strategies To Upcycle Your Corporate Learning

Upcycling is rated as ''the word of the year for 2019'' by Cambridge Dictionary. It's time we upcycled our learning content. Here are 5 proven strategies to give your corporate learning new life, without starting from scratch.

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Comparing The Differences Of ADDIE And Agile In Learning And Development

While there are many training course creation methodologies out there, two of the most widely used are the ADDIE Model and the Agile Framework. Read on to learn the major differences and see which model is best for your needs!

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I’ll Get To It Tomorrow: Procrastination In Online Learning

We all procrastinate...but procrastinating in an online course can spell failure. Mary Burns discusses procrastination—what it is, why we do it and what can be done to help online learners overcome a tendency to procrastinate and successfully complete an online course.

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5 Super Simple Steps To Create Amazing Online Content Today

I think we can all agree that creating courses can be a very intimidating process. And, what is even more intimidating is making sure that the knowledge we want to provide actually sticks! Here are 5 super simple steps to help you create amazing online content today!

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3 Types Of SMEs And How To Effectively Work With Them

Every eLearning developer knows it is crucial to build a good rapport with the SME, as the quality of your communication reflects on the work process and thus, on the end product. Read further to find out how to recognize the different types of SMEs and achieve effective collaboration with them.

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“Spray And Pray” Or A Systematic, Holistic Approach To L&D?

If you do not have a systematic, holistic approach to mapping, developing and iterating a comprehensive learning universe for the companies that you work with, you may be accused of having a "spray and pray" approach to L&D. But, what is a systematic, holistic approach?

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