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How to design elearning endings with impact

How much thought do you give your elearning endings? We are (thankfully) past the days of a pop-up, printable “certificate” and thank you message. But are you doing as much as you could be to make sure you close out your elearning programme with impact? Read on for some practical tips and inspiring examples. First, […]

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How do you price online training courses?

How do you price online training courses? It’s a difficult question for many online training providers. In this article, we look at three pricing strategies and examine how a number of successful organizations price their training products and get a good ROI. You’ve created an amazing online learning offering and will soon be ready to […]

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Learning at Large: The new podcast for L&D leaders

If you love learning from the wins, worries and war stories of learning leaders in your shoes, then this podcast will soon become a firm favorite. Learning at Large is the podcast where business leaders talk high-impact learning at scale: challenges, innovations and the future. Coming soon: Subscribe to our newsletter to get notified about […]

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Why bite-sized elearning is important (3 reasons)

Bite-sized elearning modules are small, self-contained information nuggets. They typically range in duration from 1 to 15 minutes and are usually focused on one or two tightly defined learning objectives. Here are a few examples. In contrast, more conventional elearning modules can take between 30 and 60 minutes (or longer) to consume and have a […]

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4 engaging compliance training examples

The words “compliance training” often draw a collective groan, but it doesn’t have to be boring and ineffectual! Read on for online compliance training examples that are engaging and make a difference. Too many compliance courses are designed with the main goal of ticking a box to say the business has trained its employees. But […]

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4 awesome examples of gamification in elearning

Gamification is a word with a lot of baggage! Maybe you hear it, roll your eyes and think “buzzword”? Or perhaps it sounds a bit daunting to you? The truth is, there are loads of ways to incorporate games and gaming elements into your elearning. Read on for a few inspiring examples of gamification in […]

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6 brilliant responsive elearning design examples

Designing content to work seamlessly across different devices is a basic requirement these days. Need some inspiration for how to do that? Here are six responsive elearning design examples that get it right. Responsive design is no longer a nice-to-have. If you want to reach your learners, you need to deliver content to all the […]

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5 inspiring scenario-based elearning examples

Scenarios can be an effective way to engage your learners and really change their behavior. Here are five scenario-based training examples to inspire your next project. There are lots of ways to include scenarios in your elearning design, from quick and simple to longer-form and intricately designed. Whichever approach you choose, adding some kind of […]

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What’s The Real Cost of Your Elearning? (New Research)

We are on a mission to promote learning design techniques that work. In this series of articles, we share insights from the data we’ve collected from thousands of elearning projects, to help boost your elearning strategy. Here, we help you calculate the real cost of your elearning, whether you produce it in-house or outsource it, […]

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5 brilliant examples of branching in elearning: branching scenario examples and more

When it comes to online learning experiences, branching can be a great way to help learners practice, keep things interesting and relevant, and improve retention. Get ideas for how you could better engage your audience with these five branching examples. Branching simply means designing different routes through the content, depending on input from the user. […]

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Seven must-have tools for online training providers

If you’re creating online training, you will need to produce quality content and courses quickly, especially if you are to meet the ever-changing needs of your end users. To do this effectively, you’ll require a range of software tools. Here are seven categories to consider. These tools will help you produce elearning quicker. See here […]

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9 Elearning Authoring Tools: Comparison and Review

New technologies are changing the way learning is delivered. In this article, Steve Penfold reviews nine leading elearning authoring tools. He compares each one based on ease of use, quality of content produced, speed of authoring and scalability. Which is the best authoring tool for you? I think you already know the answer to that…it […]

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Scorm vs Tin Can (xAPI)

The decision about which content standards to use when producing elearning will affect the longevity of your content and systems. Whilst SCORM is the most widely used elearning standard, xAPI opens up a wealth of opportunity for tracking, personalizing and improving learning experiences. We take a look at how they compare… Both SCORM and Tin […]

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The ultimate authoring tool buyer’s guide

Choosing an elearning authoring tool isn’t easy and it takes more than a free trial. With each tool offering a wide range of features, workflows and support packages, it’s key you find the right fit for all your stakeholders’ needs, now and two years down the line. This detailed guide and six point scorecard is […]

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