Is your learning strategy millennial friendly?

Before you brush off the idea of millennial friendly content for your learning strategy, heed this warning… by 2025 millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. That’s only 8 short years away! So, grab a tea or coffee and consider implementing some of these millennial friendly approaches to your learning strategy now, to be Read more »

8 mistakes you may be making with your eLearning design

Design is incredibly important in eLearning. Poor design can have a dramatic impact on learning outcomes. Inconsistency, poor size and spacing, irrelevant images and illegible fonts are some of the mistakes we see time and time again. Here are the eight common mistakes that you should avoid. 1. Lack of contrast For readability, it is Read more »

Scenario-based training in Articulate 360

Last month I wrote a blog called “Can eLearning save your life?” where I looked at how scenario-based learning can help embed knowledge and behaviour firmly in the minds of the learner. The post talked about the structure of a scenario and how they support the move up through the levels of Blooms Taxonomy. The examples Read more »

Can eLearning save your life?

One of the key areas we look at in all of our Articulate Certified training courses – Storyline 2, Studio and Instructional Design – is the building of branched scenarios. Branched scenarios are designed to allow learners to make decisions they might also make in real world situations. This lets them practice for that moment Read more »

eLearning QA: The key to success

When you are creating a piece of learning, you want to be confident that you are building a sound learning experience, with the end result being a quality piece of learning that you can be proud of.  As much as we would like it to, this doesn’t happen by magic. It happens through our time, Read more »

5 eLearning resources you really should be reading

When the search term “eLearning help” returns 37,700,000 results, it’s easy to be overwhelmed at the sheer amount of eLearning resources on the internet. So we thought we’d point you in the direction of some of our favorites. 1. Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community You’ve probably guessed by now that we’re really good friends with the Read more »

The one skill that makes a successful eLearning developer

In a previous role, I was responsible for a software development team which contained many different and varying characters. In the team, there were two particular computer programmers who were quite diverse characters. Programmer one was technically brilliant; very intelligent and could program pretty well anything. Programmer two was good but not quite as outstanding Read more »

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