Addressing the Growing Generation Gap in Relation to E-Learning

Last week I had the chance to partake in one of my favorite parts of my job….meeting with a new client.  See, one of the perks of what I do…

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Creating Effective E-Learning Outcomes

I have a question.  When you sit down to create a new E-Learning initiative, where do you start? At the beginning? Or at the end? The knee jerk reaction is…

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5 Tips for Effective Mobile Learning

When we think of mobile learning we tend to get a picture of the commuter working their way through the morning train ride, and while this is accurate, there is…

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Factoring in Organizational Culture in E-Learning

Recently, I was speaking to a colleague who was just about ready to throw in the E-learning towel. They had, in their own words, done everything “right.”  Meaning that their…

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Beware the Lemming: The Most Destructive Trends in E-Learning

First off, let me ask you this.  Does anyone know what a lemming is?  Well, I’d be happy to enlighten you!  See a lemming is a small rodent type creature…

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Top 3 Signs of a Learning Mind

I had some time to think recently about what makes learning initiatives, specifically E-Learning, successful. Is it the content? Is it the presentation?  Is it the instructor?  Is it all…

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Top 10 Ideas to Expand Your Learning

As part of wrapping things up last year, we looked at some of the best free learning tools out there.  A sort of looking back on the year and hitting…

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What Makes a PowerPoint Slide Good?

PowerPoint … the tool we all love to hate. Well, that might not be exactly fair.  I mean, if I’m being completely honest then don’t I have to admit that…

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10 Tips for Getting Started in E-Learning

Do you remember your first E-Learning project?  You know what I mean, the one that started it all?  Some of you are sitting there reading this with a smile on…

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The Burning E-Learning Question: Does Slide Count Matter?

As I sit down to write this post I’m thinking back on my long lost college days.  Specifically I’m thinking about sitting through Dr. Holland’s endless marketing theory class and…

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