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7 Little Changes To Improve Your Mobile Learning

I am consistently impressed by the innovative ways in which clients deal with mobile learning challenges. I could write all day about them! ….However, today I want to focus on some very basic considerations, that, even though quite rudimentary, are vital to mobile learning success. If you are looking for simple ways to instantly improve […]

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Building Scenario–Based e-Learning Courses

Creating content and putting it into an e-learning format isn’t difficult to do. Creating content and putting it into an e-learning format that is effective and gives value to the learner is difficult to do. …however there are many different options available for making it happen. One of the best approaches to take is one […]

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4 Tips to Save Elearning Development Time

Developing an e-learning platform is an intensive piece of work. This is especially true if you’re a developer or part of a team with many on-going projects and deadlines to meet. Productivity and efficiency must be achieved whilst maintaining the highest possible standard of work. Certainly, taking shortcuts when it comes to e-learning development is […]

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10 traits of high performance elearning teams (infographic)

On our journey to create you a truly ‘intelligent’ authoring platform we’ve had to speak to a lot of e-learning teams to find out exactly how they work, and what they need to help them create more engaging e-learning, more efficiently. Some of these teams are what we would describe as truly “High Performance’. They […]

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How can Elearning help your Business?

There are many ways that e-learning programs can help your business. E-learning has been around for many years, but thanks to evolutions in the sector and the ways in which e-learning apps have recently started to come to the fore, it is still seen as a relatively modern and new phenomenon. This has many benefits, […]

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Mobile learning statistics for 2014: 6 trends you need to know

During our quest to create you a truly ‘intelligent’ authoring platform, we have conducted a lot of research. The more we understand about the trends in e-learning the better software we can create, and the more information we can pass onto you to help you improve your e-learning strategy. Win-win. One question we’d like to […]

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Why we love prototyping for elearning (and you should, too!)

In the second part of our interview with Simon Greany of Make Sense Design (Part 1 here!), he talks about how e-learning prototyping allows his high performance e-learning team to actually create a script within Elucidat and how it is a much fairer process for stakeholders. Read the transcription here: Has it been quick for […]

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Branching

This week we’ve added ‘Branching’ to Elucidat, allowing you to create ‘Non-linear’ projects. With ‘Branching’, you can allow your learner to choose their own adventure. ‘Branching’ allows your user to explore projects and receive immediate and content rich feedback. Maintain engagement with unpredictable assessments that are tailored to your learner’s ability. To start using ‘Branching’: […]

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Score Weighting

This week we’ve added a new ‘Score Weighting’ option to Elucidat allowing you to weight the importance of each Questionnaire Page. With ‘Score Weighting’ answering more difficult questions can be rewarded. To start using ‘Score Weighting’: ‘Score Weighting’ can be accessed by entering ‘Page Settings’ and opening the ‘Scoring and Completion’ tab. Score weighting scenario […]

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Why instructional designers secretly hate mobile learning

So.. We have a theory; Instructional designers secretly hate mobile learning. Why? Because it requires a new way of working that challenges old, tried and tested methods of creating learning that work in other environments – but not on mobile. What can we do about it? What techniques can instructional designers use to turn mobile […]

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Image tips and tricks

When building projects, you want your images to carry the quality of your communication. Here are a few quick tips on how to prepare images to get the best visual results in Elucidat. What is the message you are trying to convey? Before choosing images, consider the message, the mood and the brief before you […]

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Question Pools

This week we’ve added a new option to Elucidat that allows you to create ‘Question Pools’. With ‘Question Pools’ you can add an almost infinite amount of Questionnaire pages which will be displayed at random. Using ‘Question Pools’ counters copying and keeps your learners on their toes! To start using ‘Question Pools’: Build a question […]

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How do you create a high performance elearning team?

So, how DO you create a ‘High Performance’ e-learning team? Simon Greany, Director of award winning and ‘uber creative’ e-learning agency, Make Sense Design, answers this question and many more, on the topic of High Performance e-learning teams. Just click ‘play’ below to find out more. Read the transcription here: Hi, I’m Simon Greany from […]

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Audio player

This week we’ve added an ‘Audio player’ feature that allows you to add sound effects and music to your projects. The ‘Audio player’ feature’s simple interface allows you to drag and drop audio files straight into Elucidat and requires no prior experience with audio processing. The ‘Audio player’ provides wider accessibility and broadens your learner […]

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