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September 12, 2016

The Swiss Army-TDS, Pt.3: eFrontPro For Instructor-Led Training

A jack of all trades, and a master of all: That's what eFrontPro aspires to, and what it actually achieves. Instructor-led training, also called blended or hybrid eLearning, is handled beautifully by the eFrontPro platform, nativelly. Find out how the features of eFrontPro for instructor-led training can work wonders for your ILT!
by Nikos Andriotis
April 26, 2016

5 Ways To Maximize Instructor-Led Training

In the wave of technology, you might think that Instructor-Led Training (ILT) has had its day. However, instructor-led training still has a place in many training programs and, in some cases, can provide a more effective means of presenting new or complex information than eLearning.
by Ruby Spencer, CTDP
April 6, 2016

Explanation And Argument: Instructional Designers, Know The Difference

It’s the small things that make a big difference. Not knowing when a discussion is an explanation as opposed to an argument can have dire consequences. Knowing the difference between explanation and argument can radically change the outcome of an instructional session. And by argument I do not mean having a dispute, I mean laying out a reasoned explanation.
by Alex Terego
November 30, 2015 | Sponsored

6 Tips To Apply The ASSURE Model In Blended Learning

The ASSURE model is a natural fit for blended learning environments, as it gives corporate trainers the opportunity to integrate technology into their ILT (Instructor-Led Training) classrooms while still personalize the corporate training experience. In this article, I’ll explore the basic principles of the ASSURE model, and I’ll offer 6 tips that can help you use the ASSURE model in blended learning strategies.
by Ruby Spencer, CTDP