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The Agile Approach to Learning Game Design

The Agile Approach To Learning Game Design

Corporate learning professionals, instructional designers, trainers and eLearning pros… listen up. I want to let you in on a little secret: Game-based learning requires a whole new approach to learning design. It’s not the same as eLearning development, and it’s definitely not a set of skills you can pick up at an in-service day. The ADDIE approach to learning and development simply does not work with games. You have to go Agile instead.

3 Learning Strategies To Engage Millennials – We Aren’t That Different

3 Learning Strategies To Engage Millennials – We Aren’t That Different

As a millennial, I feel like we already have a bad reputation before even entering the workforce. People think that we’re lazy, have no attention span, spend all day on social media and that we don’t respect the workplace. Now I can’t speak for my whole generation but I know from my experiences with my peers that we’re multi-taskers, self-learners, resourceful, very comfortable with technology and we’re just as dedicated to adding value to the workplace as any generation before us.

E-Learning And Videoconferencing Together For A Green, Integrated And Efficient Online Training

E-Learning And Videoconferencing Together For A Green, Integrated And Efficient Online Training

E-Learning is a strategic asset for those companies who are looking for an efficient and cost-effective way to deliver professional and certified trainings. However, in order to take the most out of an Online Training project, the Videoconferencing System availability is a must, as it allows to improve even further the training outcomes and the overall end user experience.

LearnDash Bringing Tin-Can API To WordPress

LearnDash Bringing Tin-Can API To WordPress

By now you have undoubtedly heard about Tin-Can API, the new protocol set to replace SCORM. There are many benefits for Tin-Can, the biggest being its ability to record learning outside the restrictions of a browser window. This “light weight” factor of Tin-Can makes it very versatile, so it was only a matter of time until we started seeing it incorporated in many different ways.