Steve Penfold

Microlearning example: “5 Steps To Risk Assessment”

One of the best ways to support your learners – before, during or after training – is with an effective job aid. 5 Steps to Risk Assessment helps employers assess their workplace health and safety risks with a minimum of fuss by presenting five key steps, as advised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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Elearning example: “Can You Spot The Fake Smile?”

This mini-game example uses timers and a light-hearted approach to engage the audience – focusing on the importance of a genuine smile for customer-facing employees. Click here to visit Can You Spot The Fake Smile? See it in action Why we like it Uses a timer to motivate learners to complete the quiz. Color codes the correct/incorrect […]

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Top Tips To Deal With “Negative” Learning Data

Some training managers may not collect data because they don’t want to know the real results. If it’s not going your way, you may not want to know, right? But without knowing the truth, L&D managers risk dropping out of sync with modern learning behaviors and “losing” customers. To stay relevant, useful, and prove business […]

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Elearning example: The Open University’s “Finding The Truth”

This responsive elearning example from the Open University is interactive, immersive and thought-provoking. It uses a case study approach and gives learners the power to make decisions – comparing their verdict with the public vote. Through three very different cases we get to step into the world of crime to find out more about forensic evidence, workplace accidents and […]

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How Five Companies Use Elucidat To Empower In-House Teams To Speed Up Processes And Production

The success stories below show how five companies used Elucidat as a collaborative authoring tool to empower in-house teams to speed up their processes, produce more elearning content, save costs, and meet learners’ needs. 1. Tesco Tesco’s L&D department, part of the UK’s largest retailer, wanted to increase digital learning across the organization. To accomplish that, […]

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Working With Subject Matter Experts To Speed Up Elearning Authoring

When you’re developing an elearning course, you may run into a few hiccups throughout the process. One of the most common issues involves subject matter experts (SMEs) — more specifically, a lack of action or slow response from your SME, usually at the most critical stages of elearning development. If you’ve run into this issue in […]

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How to Speed Up Your Elearning Authoring Process

Elearning authoring should be quick and agile. You shouldn’t have subject matter experts (SMEs) or outside stakeholders slowing down your projects. By using the right tools and implementing the right processes, you can speed up authoring so you can produce more elearning without spending more money. Here are three ways to speed up your elearning authoring. 1. […]

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Why Microlearning is Important (And How to Design It)

Microlearning is one of the elearning industry’s hot topics at the moment, and rightly so because it is very effective. And the good news for learning professionals? You don’t need a different set of skills or to invest in new technologies to start designing microlearning. Why should we design microlearning? Have you ever watched a […]

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