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September 17, 2019 | Sponsored

Convert PowerPoint To Create Interactive Training

Are digital slideshows still the most effective method to train the current workforce or is this format outdated? Is transitioning and adopting new authoring tools a difficult and cumbersome process? Discover how you can transform your existing content to create engaging, hands-on training.
by Shirley Erwee
September 10, 2019 | Sponsored

How To Increase Learner Engagement

Instructional Designers face the challenge of creating engaging content from dry material, keeping it fresh, engaging students’ attention and then maintaining their attention. It’s a tall order. Here are strategic tips to overcome this challenge.
by Shirley Erwee
September 3, 2019 | Sponsored

How Serious Games Can Change Your Team's Workplace Perception

If you want defined learning outcomes, you should seriously consider game-based learning as a type of gameplay. It is designed to balance subject matter with gameplay and the ability of the learner to remember and implement the specific subject matter into the real world. In the game-based learning approach, it's all about teaching learners to investigate important features of games, especially in a learning context.
by Sushmitha Kolagani
July 26, 2019

The Culture Conundrum

The culture conundrum refers to the question of how to develop and maintain an organization culture that will facilitate the delivery of sustainable stellar performance. Indeed, given dramatic changes in the nature of organizations, is the concept of culture still relevant? If not, then what?
by Phil McInnes
July 16, 2019

eBook Release: Developing Custom eLearning That Results In Efficient Corporate Training Delivery

There isn't one organization out there that doesn't attempt to improve its performance and efficiency. If you have a strong Learning and Development vision, then this is one of the main factors which contributes toward an organization’s growth. It goes without saying, that if the company you work for believes and invests in learning, then they most likely hold an edge over their competitors, who might be focused solely on productivity.
by Christopher Pappas