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Marina Arshavskiy

Senior Instructional Designer
Marina Arshavskiy is an award-winning eLearning expert who helps people put their knowledge into a powerful, instructionally sound eLearning courses and transform complex ideas into easy to follow step-by-step processes. Visit www.yourelearningworld.com to learn more about Marina and how she can help.
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November 22, 2019 | Sponsored

4 eLearning Course Responsive Design Rules To Live By

The days of learning only using a wide-format desktop screen are long gone. In fact, with the proliferation of devices with multiple screen sizes, it’s hard to know exactly which screens a course designer should use. So, what should Instructional Designers do? The answer is: Use responsive design techniques for the best results!
September 9, 2019 | Sponsored

How To Create An Agile Culture In Your eLearning Organization?

Everyone has heard of the terminology "agile" before at some moment in time. An agile culture is a flexible culture. A culture that learns and adapts quickly to change all whilst delivering value—something which is specifically valuable to your eLearning organization. Use organizational learning to constantly create or learn new skills and apply new knowledge across the company.
March 15, 2019 | Sponsored

The Onboarding Process: How To Help New Hires Adapt To A New Environment

Onboarding, the process of taking new hires and integrating them into the company, can be one of the most important processes within a company. It can help form invaluable first impressions in the minds of new staff, and it can also ensure that new hires have a long and fulfilling career with the company. Unfortunately, statistics show that nearly 22% of employees quit within the initial 45 days of being hired [1]. Unless well planned, onboarding can lead to new hires exiting an organization quicker than HR can find replacements!
January 21, 2019 | Sponsored

Designing Training Solutions With Myers-Briggs In Mind

Renowned management consultant, author, educator, and business-thought leader, Peter Drucker, once said: “Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results, not attributes.” As a founding father of modern leadership theory, Mr. Drucker had a deep understanding of what makes a good leader. Yet, many of today’s leadership training curriculum show scant appreciation of the fact that to produce good results, leaders must be trained. And that training should directly reflect the attributes of the environments in which they are expected to lead.