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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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For Smart Elearning, You Need Smart Processes

Are you using old, inefficient elearning authoring processes? In this article, Simon Greany will explain why modern elearning requires you to use smarter processes. Online, mobile, and technology-enabled learning is set to keep rising as 53% of corporate learning and development (L&D) teams plan to increase their investment in digital learning this year. And it’s no wonder […]

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The 6 Most Misunderstood Myths About Mobile Learning

There are so many (irritating!) myths surrounding mobile learning. We love mobile learning and hate to see it get a bad press, so we’ve made a quick roundup of 6 mobile myths that we feel are the biggest offenders and then present the case against them. If you’d like to learn why mobile learning is […]

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How to overcome the top 5 HTML5 elearning challenges

Before the emergence of HTML5 elearning authoring tools, I regularly found myself in situations where I poured my heart and soul into amazing content (if I do say so myself!) using legacy authoring tools – only to find that it didn’t work at all on the client CEO’s iPad or personal tablet. (Quick refresher – HTML5 is […]

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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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SCORM vs. Tin Can (xAPI): Which to Choose?

Developing elearning content is a huge task. Considering the time, resources, and budget needed to create quality content, selecting the right format should be given serious thought. In this article, Des Anderson, CTO at LearnUpon, shares his thoughts on the two main content standards: SCORM and Tin Can (xAPI). (Want to see some examples of […]

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Customer spotlight: Utility Warehouse uses Elucidat to deliver mobile learning to 46,000 distributors

Utility Warehouse needed to put training material in the hands of distributors, literally. Since their distributors required the learning to be available on-the-go and while at client site’s, Paul Goundry and his team needed a tool that could deliver learning on all devices: desktop, mobile, and tablet. Utility Warehouse, part of Telecom Plus PLC, is a multi-award winning provider of home, […]

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5 ways to use the Docebo learning management system and Elucidat to strengthen learning content

Elucidat’s easy-to-use course authoring tool can now be integrated with the Docebo’s learning management system. How can this integration improve your elearning content? Here are five ways the Docebo and Elucidat integration can help improve your elearning content. 1. Streamline course delivery With Docebo’s integration with Elucidat, you can easily add and change training materials within the LMS. […]

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Customer spotlight: Titleist uses Elucidat to create product training

Titlelist worked with our partner, Learning Evolution, on this product training course for their new Vokey Design SM6 wedges. The course uses well produced videos and branching to deliver an engaging learner experience. Titleist is an American brand name golf equipment and apparel products produced by the Acushnet subsidiary, which is headquartered in the United States. Learning Evolution is a leader in category […]

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Give your legacy elearning a new, mobile lease on life

It was not that long ago that elearning was produced for one device, often in Flash. Yet that creative content is now untapped by a lot of its potential audience. It might have been created only five years ago, but since then there’s been a smartphone super-boom, with the average person checking their phone nine […]

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Millennials: Leadership training, where are you?

Six in 10 millennials feel that their leadership skills aren’t being adequately developed. Chances are, if you aren’t providing this itchy-feet generation with the training and development they want, they’ll be off — within two years or less. We’ve been writing about the opportunities to close the gap between leaders and the training they are […]

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