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July 29, 2016

7 Tips To Create A Corporate eLearning Blog

Blogging isn't just for sharing snippets of life or reviewing the latest products. In fact, you can turn your entire corporate eLearning course into a social learning experience with one post at a time. In this article, I'll share 7 tips for creating a corporate eLearning blog.
by Christopher Pappas
July 28, 2016

7 Best Practices For Reskilling Corporate Learners

Adaptability is one of the most important traits of successful corporate learners. The market is constantly changing and employees need to change right along with it in order to achieve the organizational goals. In this article, I’ll share 7 best practices for reskilling your corporate learners.
by Christopher Pappas
July 26, 2016

eBook Release: The Ultimate Guide To Moving To Online Learning

Organizations are moving toward online or blended learning at a rapid pace. Why? Because they are seeing the benefits of reduced production and delivery costs. If you've been evaluating a move from face-to-face training to online learning, or you're trying to convince your superiors of the benefits, the eBook: The Ultimate Guide To Moving To Online Learning is for you.
by Christopher Pappas
July 23, 2016

7 Tips To Integrate Cross-Training In Corporate eLearning

Your customer service manager is out sick and two HR employees just went on vacation. Under normal circumstances, this would be a minor disaster. But the corporate catastrophe can be averted if you concentrate on cross-training. In this article, I'll discuss how to cross-train your staff through your corporate eLearning program.
by Christopher Pappas
July 16, 2016

What You Wear – 4 Ways To Use Wearable Tech In Corporate Training

Modern technology is disrupting the way we live and work. New gadgets, new technologies are enabling experiences that even a decade ago were incomprehensible. Today, however, this technology is in the hands of the everyday man and is a part of his everyday life. The smartphone, for example, has become an extension of our brains. It does almost everything for us. Most of us would definitely feel lost without our phones, even if it was for a couple of hours. Take FitBit as another example. Could you even imagine counting 10,000 steps in a day a decade ago… or monitoring your heartbeat, or getting a reminder from your wearable device to take a medication? Today, this is common. Wearables and gadgets have become living organisms in the human ecosystem that are helping us become better and do more. Here are 4 ways in which you can use wearable tech in corporate training for more effective learning experiences.
by Anand Timothy