Category Archives: eLearning

4 Types of Training Videos for Learning

Better Videos, Better Learning Videos are an excellent way for Learning & Development professionals to create focused micro-learning. Keeping videos short and to the point allows for easier [future] edits and maintaining user attention. Make sure the videos you create … Continue reading

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4 Must Have Features of Best Corporate Training Videos and 5 Examples

Great advice, and a fun animated ‘video’ example of putting their advice into action. This article isn’t just about video, but more so learner retention, how to design training to meet the ‘mental’ capacity of learners, and how to reinforce … Continue reading

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The Path to Effective Assessments in Corporate Training | eLearning Blog

At heart, learning is action and reflection, and instruction is designed action and guided reflection. As instructional designers, we should be creating learning experiences that are a series of problems supplemented with resources to guide performance and then feedback to … Continue reading

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When You’re Full, You’re Full

Cathy Moore is brilliant and it seems nearly every post she puts out is spot on and to the point. I can never get enough and wholeheartedly agree with her mission to save┬áthe world from boring training. In this post, … Continue reading

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Welcome

The purpose of this site is to curate content and share it with others. It will focus on Learning & Development, eLearning, Organizational Health, and Leadership. It will include my thoughts, as well as posts from my heroes, mentors, and … Continue reading

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A Trisolan Map

A Trisolan Map – An Online Exercise in Negotiation

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