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5 Killer Examples Of Gamified eLearning

5 Killer Examples Of Gamified eLearning

Games are often more effective for learning than traditional training approaches. So in this article we aim to show you five examples of great gamified eLearning and guide you how to set about designing your own great gamified course.

5 Step Design Model To Gain Attention Of A Learner

5 Step Design Model To Gain Attention Of A Learner

You might have learned or seen many techniques to create an effective eLearning. But after all these learnings have you ever realized that to gain and retain the attention of a Learner is the most challenging aspect of an eLearning course design. In this article, I will take you through an effective 5 step design model to gain the attention of a Learner.

How Mobile Learning Tackles Compliance Training

How Mobile Learning Tackles Compliance Training

"We wanted more than just a run-of-the-mill compliance training; it is important for us that our employees know the Qualcomm Way, which transcends the minimum legal guidelines, to treat each other with care and respect. Our work on the PSH app allows us to relay this message."

The Buzz About Social Learning

The Buzz About Social Learning

Social learning—everyone’s talking about it. And if everyone’s talking about it, that means it must be fun, right? Like a party or an ice cream social? Add some sprinkles, and all your employees will be running to this mandatory training session. While social learning can be a fun, less intense approach to corporate training, it’s a serious learning strategy that can have huge results.

The Anatomy Of Good Gamified eLearning

The Anatomy Of Good Gamified eLearning

You can’t go to a learning conference these days without seeing a session or ten on gamification; it’s becoming more common to be asked to “add gamification” to a learning experience. But what is ‘gamification’ and how can it help you to design great elearning?

6 Tips To Create eLearning Scenarios That Offer Real World Benefits

6 Tips To Create eLearning Scenarios That Offer Real World Benefits

While having an interactive scenario in your eLearning course can make it more immersive and engaging, it simply won't be of any value to your learners if it doesn't offer them real world benefits. In this article, I'll share some ideas that you can use to create effective eLearning scenarios that offer real world benefits and always meet their learning objectives.

BYOD: What Training Professionals Need to Know

BYOD: What Training Professionals Need to Know

According to TechTarget, “BYOD (bring your own device) is the increasing trend toward employee-owned devices within a business. Smartphones are the most common example but employees also take their own tablets, laptops and USB drives into the workplace.”

Do You Have An App Strategy For Your eLearning Programs

Do You Have An App Strategy For Your eLearning Programs

Smartphones have become ubiquitous and it is extremely critical for the eLearning industry to adapt their curriculum to an app based pedagogy. While apps do come with their own set of problems and limitations, it is vital that we utilize them for the advantages that they offer while taking care of the limitations that may hinder the process.

Can HR Software Become a FitBit? And Gamification?

Can HR Software Become a FitBit? And Gamification?

Mark Andreessen said in 2011 that software is eating the world. It certainly is – even in sectors where it was not considered an option - and it seems that together with cultural changes emanating from the wearable technology world, software is going to eat HR too, changing performance management and creating a new role for enterprise gamification.

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