The Endurance Learning team shares what they’ve learned from working with customers, designing training, and building elearning.
There’s much more to fostering an inclusive learning environment than simply images and names. In today’s post, my colleague Lindsay Garcia describes a key feature of elearning that can make self-guided, asynchronous online modules more accessible and inclusive.
Allowing learners to practice making a decision is realistic in Storyline elearning development.
Need to create an elearning module? My colleagues Hannah Radant and Lindsay Garcia have spent some time using isEazy, a rapid authoring tool and offer 5 ways you can use it to engage learners while meeting your learning objectives.
Did you know there are at least 6 different types of microlearning? In today’s podcast, Karl Kapp and Robyn Defelice (authors of Microlearning Short and Sweet) go in depth about what microlearning is and what you should know before you get started.
When it comes to training development, we can all use some help. Here are 7 sites that can offer inspiration, tutorials and downloadable templates for your next elearning project.
Over the past couple of years, Andrew Scivally has been a busy man. His company has acquired six other companies and changed their name from eLearning Brothers to ELB Learning. Here are some of his thoughts on the industry…
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