10 Rules to Create a Visually Appealing eLearning Course

How do babies learn when they are first born? They use their senses. Adults depend on senses less than babies do for learning, but heavily rely on them for memory. Create content that appeals to the senses to help learners retain more information. Here are 10 basic rules for stimulating the sense of vision when creating an eLearning course.

By Karen Possessky • January 3, 2017

Learning at the Speed of Search: Focus on the Learning Experience

As technology continues to transform how business is conducted, organizations are becoming more aware of the cybersecurity implications and challenges that come along with today’s millennial and content sharing generation. Along with the ability to gather and access large amounts of data, enterprise organizations are starting to understand the importance of developing cybersecurity awareness training programs to protect and secure their intellectual property.

By Shina Neo • December 29, 2016

Learning at the Speed of Search: Technical Requirements for Content Delivery Solutions

The previous blog in this series discussed why search is critical to effective online learning and development programs. According to a LinkedIn article, "the majority of LMS buyers cite ineffective search as the primary reason they’re looking for a new solution." This blog will discuss the key technical capabilities for search that L&D executives should look for when purchasing a content delivery solution.

By Awais Ahsan • November 17, 2016

Millennials: A Digital Native and Content-Sharing Generation

With the influx of millennials in our workforce, successful organizations are leveraging learning technologies to meet the needs of today’s content sharing generation. The constant use of technologies and increase in social engagement with comments, likes and tweets, have dominated the way we consume information, interact with others and conduct business. Learning and development leaders are starting to recognize how critical social sharing and engagement is for organizational success.

By Shina Neo • November 14, 2016

7 No-Brainer Reasons to Choose Digital Publishing for Your Next Masterpiece

There’s something really spectacular about holding a physical book: being able to hold the weight of what you’re about to read, seeing the coffee stains and creases from all of the love the book received in the past and that wonderful feeling of accomplishment when you’re nearing the end of a book.

Ebook readers have some great features as well: being able to start reading a book as soon as you’ve picked it out, carrying numerous books on just one, slim ebook reader and having access to more books and reading materials than any book store could hold.

By Christy Laubach • February 16, 2015

Productivity Tips from App Developers and Health Experts

 Are you (or your co-workers or employees) feeling overwhelmed with tasks that are actually long projects? Many of us are, without even realizing it. Four productivity app designers focus on this and other sources of stress and productivity loss in an interview with PC Mag this month.

By Joe Moriarty • June 25, 2013

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