What does it take to implement eLearning successfully in a workplace? While there are many elements that go into this, I would point to the one most important element – the eLearning strategy.
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This blog presents informative articles and lots of useful tools and resources on learning design, covering e-learning, m-learning, gamified learning, informal learning, 70:20:10 and much more.
As a designer of 70:20:10 influenced solutions, I’ve found myself increasingly using the concept of ‘workflow learning’ to inspire, explain, and frame my approach.
As we drown in more & more information every day, one skill that’s becoming increasingly important for learning designers is content curation. This post explains how we’re doing it already, and…
We, at Learnnovators, are honored to be a stop on the “PLAY TO LEARN” book tour. In this exclusive interview, Karl Kapp answers our questions on this well-crafted and insightful book.
We often look for a single SME to provide all the inputs that we need for a learning project. But that may not always be possible, or practical. In this article, we talk about the importance of…
How and why can L&D embrace the fact that we learn from work? What can be done to burst the ‘training bubble’ where formal learning is delivered as an event, separate to the workflow? An infographic primer exploring these key questions.
When we think of custom eLearning, we tend to believe that everything should be developed from the ground up. It doesn’t have to be. Templates can be incredibly useful in ensuring that key elements don’t get missed out…
There are several mental conditions in which learning thrives. In this post, we talk about one in which learning simply does NOT take place – when the learner perceives a threat to their intellect.
Well it’s taken me over 3 and a half years, but I’ve finally completed another MOOC… this was on the Coursera platform. Despite my overall satisfaction with the course, however, I experienced yet again a couple of perennial bugbears.
We don’t always hear clients asking us to create effective e-learning to help improve performance. But here are a few questions we can ask…
All big organisations have a Learning Management System. It’s used to track and record the training that the employees do. In practice, it tends to be used to administer compliance training, though it can be much broader than that.
A business goal is the factor that determines that a course is in fact needed. But how do we make sure they are meaningful, realistic and achievable?