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3 responsive elearning examples built with Elucidat

If you are stuck delivering desktop-only elearning, you are ignoring the needs and wants of modern learners. Here are three examples of companies using Elucidat to build interactive responsive elearning that learners actually want to consume. 1. Open University: To Lie Or Not To Lie? A project for the Open University, To Lie Or Not To Lie allows learners to […]

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Elearning inspiration: BLP’s Knowledge Guru; OPITO; Utility Warehouse

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email. Bottom-Line Performance: Knowledge Guru is an award-winning game-based learning platform that uses learning science Why we like it: Good example of game engine that can be branded and adapted easily. Utilizes workplace scenarios into all the […]

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Why mobile learning is important (4 reasons)

A whopping 91% of the US population now owns a smartphone. How does this impact your elearning? Are you accommodating the modern, mobile-first learner? In this article, Steve Penfold shares four reasons why you need to consider mobile learning. Any technology that has high penetration into a segment of the population should be looked at closely to see […]

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Elucidat wins a Gold Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award

Brandon Hall awards are like Olympic medals for the learning and development industry. Following on from Elucidat’s Silver medal last year, we were delighted to hear Elucidat won Gold in this year’s awards. The next day, our team felt rather excited, so we created a Spotify playlist with our favorite golden songs! The details… Our […]

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3 inspiring elearning examples from Tesco, Barclays and Channel 4

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email. Tesco: Dynamic board game teaches people the knowledge and skills for handling fire safety issues Why we like it: Demonstrates a range of gaming features such as bonus cards, beat the clock and points board. Easy […]

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Elearning inspiration: Cursim, Konworks, Tesco, Connect Group

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email.   Cursim: One page scrolling   This is a great example of a course that uses one page scrolling to deliver learning. Visit elearning: Cursim’s one page scrolling Konworks: 2D & 3D animation studio   Visit elearning: […]

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Elucidat wins elearning award for best use of mobile learning

Our collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Vision Care (JJVC) and perceptive, the Eye Education App won an award in the Best use of mobile learning category at the 2015 UK National E-Learning Awards. This is a great achievement by all involved. At Elucidat, we strive to push the boundaries with elearning, always looking for innovative […]

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First impressions can make or break your elearning. Learn how to create a beginning that engages and motivates learners

A poor elearning beginning can leave a lasting impression. If you want your elearning to get off to a good start, read this article to discover four ideas that will help you create more effective beginnings. People make split-second judgments about an elearning course, so, if a program gets off to a slow start, learners aren’t likely to […]

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Why scenario-based learning is important (4 reasons)

Ever since our cave-dwelling ancestors first passed on information on how to avoid saber tooth tigers, stories have been considered the most effective way to exchange knowledge. Interactive scenarios are elearning’s 21st-century stories, allowing learners to participate in the narrative and influence the story’s outcome. But what makes scenarios so effective in learning? Here are […]

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Elearning inspiration: Queensland Government, The Environment Agency, 6 branching scenario examples

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email. Queensland Government: Clinical Skills Development Service Features we like: Good use of a range of graphic styles including photographic and illustrative. The illustrative graphic style enhances the visuals of the course and provides flexibility for demonstrating specialist topics. […]

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Elearning inspiration: Ergonomic best practices, Global Food Waste, 7 responsive elearning examples

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email.   CommLab India: A short course that demonstrates basic ergonomic best practices Why we like it: Good example of a short, clear module of elearning that gets to the point. Demonstrates good beginning and ending – […]

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7 outstanding examples of responsive elearning design

As our industry embraces new technology, elearning programs need to be built with responsiveness in mind. Take a look at these seven examples of awesome responsive elearning design. Virgin Media: Empowering colleagues to share knowledge through the company This elearning captures years of knowledge from 15,000 colleagues.  Virgin media uses Snagit to record simple informative […]

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How to create nano-learning super-fast

Fast-paced organizations need just-in-time (JIT) learning. Nano-learning or micro-learning gives learning managers a quick and simple way to adapt to the fast-changing needs of their learners. In this article, I’ll show you how to create nano-learning in under 15 minutes. Check out the latest microlearning tips and examples You are likely under pressure to deliver […]

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Elearning inspiration: Scootpad, Smart Sparrow and more

Elearning Superstars is a curated list of inspiring elearning examples, published every Tuesday. Subscribe to get weekly updates via email. Scootpad: Adaptive online learning platform for PreK-8 and primary schools Smart Sparrow: Save a Life is virtual ED room where you’ll learn to test and operate a defibrillator with a Virtual Patient Animation in elearning: 3 […]

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Why storyboards for elearning are important (4 reasons)

What is a storyboard? Should you use storyboards when you create elearning? Steve Penfold believes storyboarding can increase the efficiency of your elearning design and development process. Read on to discover four reasons why you should consider integrating storyboards into your elearning creation process. It’s said that when Mozart wrote down musical parts for the first […]

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