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eLearning: The Struggle for Online Attention

Which of the following statements do you think are true? A. By 2019, 80% of ALL web traffic will be video. B. 64% of customers say they are more likely to buy a product online after watching a video. C. … Read More

Tips on Designing E-Learning for Folks with Slow Internet

Speedy access to the internet is easy to take for granted. Throughout much of the western world, high-speed internet access is almost ubiquitous. We simply assume we’ll have a good Wi-Fi connection wherever we are and whenever we need one. … Read More

Peptide Receptors Radionuclide Therapy eLearning module is online.

The most recent eLearning module I have developed, “Peptide Receptors Radionuclide Therapy” is online in the RN. Therapy section on the IAEA’s Human Health Campus webpage. Link: https://humanhealth.iaea.org/HHW/NuclearMedicine/E-learning/

Improving Employee Engagement With Effective E-Learning Solutions

Learning is not a one-time event or a periodic luxury. Great leaders in great companies recognize that the ability to constantly learn, innovate, and improve is vital to their success. – Amy Edmondson As an employee what defines happiness for … Read More

Mental Models for Learning Design

The world’s changing faster, and our ability to respond depends on our ability to adapt. It’s become clear that what will make the difference for organizations will be the ability to make decisions quickly in the face of increasing ambiguity. … Read More

Unstructured Learning: The Future of Education

Imagine coming into class one day after discovering the lesson plan you worked on all week has vanished. Your instincts, your experiences, your very trust in your own intuitive instructional nature—it’s all laid bare. Now what? It’s the time for … Read More

What You Should Know About Software Training

There is no doubt that software training has become a trend. But what makes software training so popular? Be it just a demo or a simple PowerPoint presentation, there is always some form of training needed in order to transfer … Read More

What Are The eLearning Trends For 2018 You Should Know About?

Did you know that corporate eLearning has grown by almost 900% in the past 15 years? There is no doubt about the enormous impact of eLearning in 2017. Technology and innovation have made eLearning a sustainable alternative to traditional learning. … Read More

5 Essential Time-Management Tips For eLearning To Help Your Learners Excel

Thanks to the huge variety of online learning programs available these days, eLearning is more popular than ever and a report from Babson Survey Research Group shows that 1 in 4 students is now taking at least 1 online course. … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Drag & Drop Interactions

There are three main ways to interact with the course: click, mouseover, and drag. While click-based interactions are the most prominent, a good drag and drop interaction is usually more engaging. In fact, anytime I feature a drag-based interaction in … Read More

The Power of Simple Representations

The great mathematician Karl Freidrich Gauss is frequently quoted as saying “What we need are notions, not notations.” [In “About the proof of Wilson’s theorem,” Disquisitiones Arithmeticae (1801), Article 76.] While most mathematicians would agree that Gauss was correct in … Read More

Oxford Comma: Advanced drag & drop interaction

Recently I had a project offer to create English grammar quizzes and most of the questions were to put the punctuation marks on the right place in the sentence. I didn’t get the project, but few days after I saw … Read More

Latest Positive Trends In E-Learning

The latest hot trends in the e-learning industry. From deep learning to LMS market size and sales to video and micro-learning. How do we define brilliant? Is it the product with the most amazing capabilities? Is it how we think … Read More

5 Lessons On Virtual Reality In eLearning

Virtual Reality In eLearning: Why One Size Does Not Fit All Over the last few years we have been creating Virtual Reality in eLearning. This work has yielded some valuable lessons that I’d like to share in the hope that it … Read More

6 Tips To Use Virtual Reality In Online Training

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could offer your corporate learners a 360 view of your online training environment? What if your corporate learners could interact with your online training materials just as they would in the real world? In … Read More

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Three Ways to Use Hotspots in Your E-Learning Courses

Hotspots are commonly used in e-learning course design. They’re invisible, yet functional. Today, we’ll explore some common use cases for the hotspot in your online training. Full article: http://blogs.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/three-ways-use-hotspots-e-learning-courses/

How technology will shape new trends in college learning

College leaders nationwide are bringing more technology to the classroom and engaging more students to take courses online as a means to boosting recruitment and retention, and at schools like Middle Tennessee State University, the investments are paying off. But … Read More

3 Ways To Improve Your Sales Staff Performance With eLearning

Continued education and training for personnel are important in the success of a business, and that has never been more important than today since technology is growing at such accelerated rates. Here are a few ways in which eLearning can … Read More

Reflections on Games and Gamification for Learning

In my work with games and gamification I have the opportunity to travel around the globe talking to folks who are working on various aspects of games and gamification from vendors to practitioners to consultants. During this year, I’ve seen … Read More

Turning RISE content into an Android App

Now that RISE has been released, I wanted to quickly test out how RISE content could be converted to an Android app. I had done this before with Storyline 1 and 2 content. The process is still the same as … Read More

Scientists Discover How To “Upload Knowledge To Your Brain”

Feeding knowledge directly into your brain, just like in sci-fi classic The Matrix, could soon take as much effort as falling asleep, scientists believe. Researchers claim to have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain … Read More

7 Tips For Developing Tablet-Friendly eLearning Courses

Forget about diamonds. Tablets are an online learner’s best friend. But how do you create tablet-friendly eLearning courses without going over budget? In this article, I’ll share 7 tips for developing tablet-friendly eLearning with limited resources. It’s a common misconception … Read More

Why Artificial Intelligence is the future of learning

Let’s start with the opportunities, because I think those two letters, AI are terribly important. Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple – everyone’s bought into the idea that AI will be the underlying technology that will make things work in the future. … Read More

4 Benefits Of Learning Simulations

In the attempt to crack the best learning practices for the workplace, we are always trying to combine as many successful proven methods as possible to accomplish better learning. A successful learning curve, one that keeps a good ratio between … Read More

How and Why? We Can Improve the Future of Mobile Learning

When Massive Open Online Courses (or MOOCs) were first introduced, people quickly realized these platforms could help students learn more effectively at their own pace on their own schedule. “Formal” education was no longer constrained to traditional classroom hours, if … Read More

5 Online Courses to Improve Your Tech Skills

The tech industry is a major driving force in the American economy, accounting for 7.1 percent of overall GDP and 11.6 percent of total private sector payroll. With more than 6.7 million Americans working in the tech industry, and close … Read More

Top 5 New Features Articulate Storyline 360

Hooray – a new version Storyline is here and I’m excited! Unlike previous versions, Storyline 360 is now part of a complete eLearning authoring solution known as Articulate 360 and is a definite must have! If you’re getting started with … Read More

Using Virtual Reality In Education

The beginning of the Sixties, besides the Cuban Crisis and the rise of the hippie movement, is notable for giving birth to Sensorama, one of the earliest prototypes of the modern virtual reality equipment. It allowed for viewing stereoscopic 3D … Read More

This is how Matrix movie would look like if it was filmed in Eastern Europe

Aren’t you bored of Western based movies? Cool, we are too! This is why these days some interesting images have been made by community over Reddit. They basically remade some famous scenes from Matrix movie into a version that happens … Read More

Trivantis to Showcase Lectora Authoring Tool at DevLearn

Trivantis®, the maker of Lectora®, ReviewLink™, and CourseMill®, will exhibit at DevLearn 2016 Conference & Expo, November 16 – 18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. DevLearn attendees can stop by Booth 546 to learn what’s new in the upcoming release of … Read More

Today’s smart learning will build tomorrow’s smart society

The university’s vision is founded on the four key dimensions of Capacity Lead – accurately anticipating and addressing market demands; Impact – ensuring that all its initiatives contribute positively to sustainable local, regional, social and economic development; Leadership Status – … Read More

Kiën Light: Intelligent daylight at your fingertips

LICHT 1 is not just any lamp. LICHT 1 is the new contemporary interpretation of the iconic neon tube that makes you feel good in the morning, lets you sleep well at night and lets you perform at your highest … Read More

Adobe Captivate 9 vs. Articulate Storyline 2 vs. iSpring Suite 8.1

Many course authors are interested to know the key differences between the top e-Learning authoring tools on the market. We surveyed e-Learning developers about their experiences with the popular e-Learning authoring software Articulate Storyline 2 and Adobe Captivate 9, and … Read More

10 free Articulate Storyline 2 Templates

The holidays are right around the corner and the season of giving is upon us. With that in mind, I’ve compiled 10 of my very best free Articulate Storyline 2 templates to make it easy for you to access all … Read More

2016’s Most and Least Educated Cities

They may not always be the brightest bulbs in the chandelier, but the college-educated third of Americans often have a leg up on their non-degree-holding peers. With more schooling, educated workers not only have access to better job opportunities and … Read More

3 ways to become a learning machine

I smile whenever I look at my university diploma hanging on the wall, because everything I learned then is no longer relevant now. Does it means that we should stop wasting all this energy, time and money on university? Not … Read More

Seven ways to improve Africa’s STEM education

There are over a billion people in Africa, yet there are only 2,000 colleges and universities. [1] In Sub-Saharan Africa 70 per cent of the population is under the age of 30, but only seven per cent of Africans enrol … Read More

Generating Random Words or Phrases in Storyline

Have you ever wanted Storyline to display a random word or phrase? I don’t mean just randomly popping up and saying “whale” or “can’t cut the mustard”, but displaying a word or phrase randomly from a list that you prepared … Read More

Exclusive: Trailer For Macedonia’s First Animated Feature, ‘John Vardar vs. the Galaxy’

The young Macedonian firm Lynx Animation Studios is celebrating its one-year anniversary today, and in honor of that occasion, they’re releasing the teaser trailer for their hand-drawn animated feature John Vardar vs. the Galaxy, which is set to become Macedonia’s … Read More

Populating an Email with Content from Storyline

Have you ever needed to send some information from within Storyline, but didn’t know how to set it up? You’ve seen the mailto: link generators, but you need more power than that. This isn’t just about prefiling the subject, but … Read More

How to Build Real-World Learning Interactions

Creating great interactive learning experiences requires a few core building blocks: relevant content, pull versus push, and real-world decisions. With those building blocks you’re able to structure effective learning scenarios that are meaningful to the learner and helps meet the … Read More

Cool Interactive Video Example for E-Learning

Earlier I shared a nice example of a gamified elearning course. Today I’d like to share a really neat example of an interactive video scenario. This example comes via the fine folks at SpongeUk who do some really cool work … Read More

Check Out This Gamified E-Learning Example

At a recent conference I ran into Ken Haas and John Kostrey who work for Sodexo. They were showcasing a nice gamified course they built as part of the training program for facility management. What I like about the course … Read More

Hilarious 80s Video of Apple Predicting the Future

This hilarious video is presenting Apple’s concept of the future. When we say future, we mean: 1997, which watching from this point is predicting the past. Take a look in Apple’s vision of 1997. Full Article: https://www.thevintagenews.com/…he-future/

Generating a PDF certificate in Articulate Storyline 2

Hi all, I’ve been experimenting with a JavaScript PDF library (pdfmake) to generate PDF certificates client side for learners who have successfully completed a quiz in Storyline 2. The generated PDF certificate is very basic at the moment, you’ll need … Read More

Privisa: Polish cartoon based on Slavic mythology

“Privisa” is an beautiful animated family cartoon that is set in the era of the first Slavic tribes, ancestors of the nations from Central Europe today. This mesmerizing cartoon follows the life story of 11-year-old boy Wilkan (Wilk = Wolf), … Read More

Pokémon Go: 3 Lessons for Instructional Designers

Pokémon Go players lured to robberies or stepping blindly into traffic. On Facebook, I read a friend’s post describing how her car was rear-ended at a stoplight. Yes, the driver was playing Pokémon Go. Yes, he confessed this to the … Read More