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Elearning inspiration: Ulka Academy, Uni of QLD, Tim Slade

Stuck for new ideas? Draw inspiration from these elearning examples from Ulka Academy, University of QLD and Tim Slade. Ukla Academy: Save the Island A neat little module demonstrating gamification in language learning.   Why we like it: Gamification – levels that only unlock as you progress. Personalized by using the learner’s name interactive language practice […]

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Don’t add gamification until you answer these five questions

Is gamification in your online training delivering the results you want? Before you add gaming elements, you need to ask yourself how gamification will help you design great learning experiences. Here are five questions you should be asking yourself. 1. What is the goal? Why are learners doing it? This question helps you focus on what […]

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Why you need an LMS and an authoring tool

Are you considering using an learning management system (LMS)? Perhaps you don’t think you need one. In this article, guest contributor Brendon Noud shares six reasons why you should consider using an LMS. An authoring tool that makes delivering effective elearning content quick and easy is essential. But once created, that content’s potential to deliver results […]

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6 training courses created with Elucidat (built by Learning Evolution)

Learning Evolution is a successful Elucidat partner based in the United States. Here are six training courses they have built with Elucidat’s authoring platform. Titleist’s Vokey Design SM6 Education Course This is a great example of using Elucidat to create product training for new product launches. This course provides amazing ROI for the company by leveraging expensive marketing […]

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How to set up a successful elearning production process (5-step guide)

Are you looking for new ways to improve and streamline your elearning processes? In this article, we look at some best practices for approaching each of the five phases in the elearning production process: Analysis, design, specification, production, and evaluation. Let’s break down the five phases in the elearning production process: analysis, design, specification, production, […]

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Are you testing? Here are 3 ways to test and improve online training

In today’s competitive online training landscape, it’s essential that you listen to learners and consistently find ways to test online training and improve learning experiences. Let’s look at three areas in which you can focus your efforts: Quality assurance testing, acceptance testing, and engagement analytics. Learn how to use quality assurance testing, acceptance testing, and engagement […]

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6 elearning trends to watch in 2016

It’s that time when we should draw breath and think about what will be significant in elearning in the coming year. In this article, Steve Penfold pulls out his crystal ball and predicts some trends to watch in 2016. Rarely will a technology, product, or technique emerge from nowhere and become a game-changer overnight. These […]

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5 innovative online training providers (and why we like them)

Online training providers are changing the traditional ways we consume training. In this article, I’ll look at five market leaders and break down what I like about each of them. 1. Lynda.com Why we like Lynda.com: Granular course design: each course consists of around 40 videos, grouped into ‘chapters’ with bite-sized segments of around 8 minutes. And […]

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Elearning inspiration: Curtin University, Delphi, Keith Freeman

Let’s look at four inspiring examples of elearning. Don’t miss the chance of learning a thing or two from these organizations.   Curtin University: The Virtual Home Visit Why we like it: Good example of a VR program for learning and development available as a fully interactive demo. VR mask ready e.g. Oculus. Works on any smartphone, tablet […]

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How to write great multiple choice questions for your elearning

Stop asking poor multiple choice questions. In this article, Steve Penfold explains how to write better multiple choice questions that can make your assessments more meaningful. Your course is written, the activities are working beautifully and all of the graphics have been polished. Just the 10-question assessment left to do…. This is an all too […]

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Specification: How to approach the 3rd phase in the elearning production process

Do you need to streamline and scale your elearning production? The specification phase is an important step that helps you focus on creating learning experiences that are tailored to your specific learner. In this article we’ll look at how consistency, functionality and team identification can help you in the specification phase. The specification phase defines what […]

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