November 14, 2015

Go Global With Training: Insider Insights Into Localization

As many companies now have a global footprint, training needs have become much more diverse. Effectively maintaining the impact of your training initiative is critical and a bit more complicated when more than one language is involved. As a developer, you are tasked with developing effective training in your source language. The challenge can be taking that across a bigger gamut of languages that you may not read, speak, or write. This is where localization comes in to play.
by Susan Bowles - Dir. of Client Strategies
November 13, 2015

Pedagogy Vs Andragogy In eLearning: Can You Tell The Difference?

Should you follow the same Instructional Design processes and apply the same learning strategies to all of your eLearning courses, regardless of the age of your audience? Do adults and children learn the same way? Certainly not. In this article, I’ll delve into the debate of Pedagogy vs Andragogy in eLearning clarifying the differences between the two concepts, so that you will be able to understand the respective challenges of each and create highly motivating eLearning projects for both your young and adult learners.
by Christopher Pappas
November 13, 2015

Company Culture Is A Main Course On Your Learning Menu

Your company culture is something special. Whether you actively try to customize it or just let it happen, it’s there to stay. In what shape or form is up to you and your entire team. It’s both the little and the big things. It’s the way you say hello/high five/fistbump every morning, but also the manner in which you deal with serious issues. It’s how your employees feel about going to work every day, and how they fit into the bigger picture. Not only as an ingredient for success, but also as a person that truly cares about the work he or she does.
by Gilles Mattelin (Hiring)
November 12, 2015

Fill In The Blank Questions In eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know

Fill in the blank questions often serve as litmus test for learner comprehension. There is minimal room for guessing and no predetermined set of answers, which makes them the ideal tool for testing knowledge absorption and retention. In this article, I’ll highlight 4 best practices on how to write effective Fill in the Blank questions, and I’ll share 5 tips on how you can use them in your eLearning course.
by Christopher Pappas
November 11, 2015

TalentLMS Review: Create Online Courses On A Cloud Based LMS

TalentLMS is known for its easy-to-use platform that is custom tailored for rapid eLearning development. But is it really “the fastest path to awesome learning” that it claims to be? If you’re looking for an honest review of TalentLMS’ features, pricing, usability, and support, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, I’ll delve into the standouts of the TalentLMS learning management system, and offer insight into whether it’s truly worth your investment.
by Christopher Pappas