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Tips on using Google Slides in eLearning

  Before we get to those… What is Google Slides? Google Slides is a free online presentations application that lets you create, edit, and deliver presentations, as well as collaborate with other people in real time. It comes with a variety of presentation themes, thousands of fonts, embedded video, animations, and other features: Create and […]

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Learning Analytics: A Beginners Guide

Traditionally, the success or failure of a course has been determined by evaluating students, assessing grades and test scores, and gathering observations from course instructors – usually once the course has finished. One of the best ways to ensure that participants will benefit from the education you’re giving them is by studying their reactions to […]

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The Rise of Augmented eLearning

Picture this: Apprentice workers out in the field, doing training exercises, as notes and images relevant to the specific tasks they perform are flashed to them, live, via mobile or wearable devices. That’s learning. Augmented. Reality Check It’s happening already, made possible by the principles and technologies of augmented reality. AR, as it’s also known, […]

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Is Elearning Subject To Unconscious Bias?

Unconscious bias is a concept relating to the way that we understand context. Often it can be influenced by our subjective understanding of the world, but it can affect us negatively. It can mean that we don’t understand or relate to something impartially. Put simply, unconscious bias refers to the biases that we all harbour […]

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Responsive e-learning in a Multi-Device World

  Everyone is using multiple screens these days; from the more traditional PC we have moved towards smaller, more portable screens. Recent evidence suggests that most people are using at least two different devices each day, with some studies even reporting that number as higher. We’re getting used to accessing information quickly and often simultaneously […]

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Tapping Newsfeeds to Keep Courses Up to Date

Making eLearning courses engaging is one challenge. Keeping them fresh and interesting, presents another. What if there was a way to assure dynamic content for a course – content that could continually update itself? That’s where RSS newsfeeds come in. What is RSS? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It’s a range of file formats […]

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Touchy Subject: Haptic Sensors for eLearning

Of all our senses, the sense of touch or tactile sense is the most sophisticated. It incorporates pressure, heat, texture, hardness, weight, and the form of objects. Touch provides important feedback about the environment in which we live, and work. With advances in cybernetics and computer technology the tactile sense is beginning to play an […]

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Why Take Equality and Diversity Training?

There has long been considered to be a certain amount of inequality in the workplace, although this is something that is now evening out quite a lot. However, that’s not to say that discrimination doesn’t still take place. With that in mind, it’s a very good idea to ensure that all managers take equality and diversity […]

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The Value of Trained Employees

Businesses are well aware of the need for well-trained employees and there’s a very real, intrinsic value for employers when training its staff. However, it’s not something that every business opts for. So why aren’t some businesses training its employees? Each company that chooses not to train its employees will have its own reason for […]

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4 Tips for Adopting An Elearning Mindset

  For first timers especially, getting into the frame of mind to get knuckled down and ready for a bout of non-traditional learning experiences can sometimes be a little difficult. It is also true that adopting an elearning mindset can be a challenge for some L&D professionals – again, especially those who are new to […]

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