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7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

Some of the most amazing eLearning experiences happen spontaneously during online discussions. Online learners have the power to connect with their peers and see things from a new perspective. In this article, I'll share 7 tips on how to spark online discussions, so that you can make your eLearning course collaborative, communicative, and engaging.

Átiko13: Inclusive Learning Through Music

Átiko13: Inclusive Learning Through Music

I met Maro Alberte of Átiko13 in a meetup aimed at non-profit associations. We were sitting in a circle, telling everyone what we did, as in an Anonymous Alcoholics meeting. All of us were giving support to young, short path projects, but most were well focused and had made great strides in a short time.

The Truth Behind 5 Social Learning Myths

The Truth Behind 5 Social Learning Myths

Social learning is a hot eLearning topic as of late, especially since the rise of social media and online forums. But how much do you really know about this collaboration-centric eLearning approach? In this article, I’ll shed light on the truth behind 5 social learning myths.

7 Tips To Create A Corporate eLearning Blog

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.

Why Build Personal Learning Networks

Why Build Personal Learning Networks

In this era of constant flux and uber connectivity, one way we can remain relevant as individuals and as organizations is to make continuous learning a part of our DNA. An effective way to achieve this is taking onus of our personal development by building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs).

Active Learning Networks: How To Improve Customer Service

Active Learning Networks: How To Improve Customer Service

In customer facing jobs, where everyday practice is related to customer satisfaction, brand admiration, customer loyalty, and other metrics, a major part of knowledge is informal and won’t be found in manuals. So, what can organizations do to make sure their customer service is always immaculate? Enter the active learning networks eLearning model.

4 Ways The 85 Percent Rule Can Benefit Corporate Training

4 Ways The 85 Percent Rule Can Benefit Corporate Training

The challenges of training a multigenerational workforce can be managed through the power of the 85 Percent Rule in training. Created by Kris Allshouse for law enforcement, this principle can turn your courses into collaborative, culture-building exercises that boost engagement and make all employees feel valued.