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5 Proven Ways To Engage Employees In Your Virtual Classroom

5 Proven Ways To Engage Employees In Your Virtual Classroom

Chances are, your employees aren't exactly excited to participate in online training. This situation makes it however much harder to transfer knowledge, so dealing with your staff's lack of enthusiasm is crucial. In this article, I'll share 5 proven ways to engage employees in your virtual classroom so that you can make sure that your workforce understands the importance of online training and develops the motivation and determination to be an integral part of your company’s success.

10 Tips To Create Learning Simulations For Non-Game Designers

10 Tips To Create Learning Simulations For Non-Game Designers

At the first glance, creating learning simulations seems really appealing: This is about catching most of learners’ attention, this is about interactivity, this is about new trends… Everything is like a fairy tale until… You actually try to make one! Creating the graphical environment (setting up your backgrounds, your characters), as well as creating your pedagogical structure (choosing evaluation criteria and feedbacks), to finally put every single piece of the puzzle altogether, usually asks a lot of effort, whether it is from you web design team, developers team, eLearning trainers, etc. And you end up finishing this tedious task with a lot of pain. And sometimes, the worst case scenario: The outcome isn’t that good! Your learners don’t really identify themselves to the training; there are bugs here and there in the learning simulations. Anyway, if you have always been dreaming about creating engaging learning simulations, but felt overwhelmed with all the technical stuff, you should read this article.

Adobe Captivate Prime Review: A Full Featured LMS With A Learner-first Approach

Adobe Captivate Prime Review: A Full Featured LMS With A Learner-first Approach

There are a number of learning management systems that claim to be the “all-in-one solution”, but only a select few typically live up to that promise. Adobe states that their new Adobe Captivate Prime offering is a “ground breaking new Learning Management System” that “empowers you to setup, deliver, track and manage your learning environment all by yourself”…but is it the complete package that you are looking for? In this review, I’ll delve into the features, pricing, support services, and ease of use for Adobe Captivate Prime, so that you can determine if it’s really the right option for your eLearning needs.

Training Videos: Lights, Camera, Action... Let’s Review!

Training Videos: Lights, Camera, Action... Let’s Review!

Recently I was given the task of revising one of our older training programs. It was your generic, synchronous eLearning program talking about professionalism in the workplace; not a lot of interactivity or graphics in it, but it got the job done. In addition to adding colorful backgrounds and activities to the program, I decided to add a video to the end of the program that would allow the employees to review everything they had just learned in a fun, visual format. What follows is an example of how training videos help with reviewing training material and enhance the corporate learning experience.

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Adobe Authorized Captivate Basics Class

Adobe authorized Captivate training will help you create, deliver, and maintain rich eLearning courses. Quickly and easily learn to use Captivate to add interactive simulations and quizzes to your courseware without programming.

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Jenobi, Inc.

Jenobi specializes in eLearning for health, safety, environment (HSE) and compliance departments.

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Ascendia Design

8 countries, over 500 hours of educational content, more than 7000 interactive eLearning objects.