Erin Clarke

Erin Clarke

Manager, Learning & Development

Erin has over 10 years’ experience managing the organizational learning function within corporations. She loves collaborating and creating, and you will often hear her asking questions to learn the root of the problem. She is energized by creating training that inspires change and will never turn down an opportunity for coffee and conversation.

Recent Blog Posts

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Instructional Design

Hiring Learning Professionals to Build Custom Training: What to Expect From Analysis

Have you ever wondered what exactly goes into creating custom learning? If you were to hire a learning & development company, what should you expect …

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decision-making practice elearning

Solving Training Challenges: Decision-Making Practice in Elearning

When creating content for an eLearning module in Rise, it can sometimes be challenging to figure out how to train on concepts like decision-making practice …

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Rise

Storyline Blocks to the Rescue!

Making Rise Modules More Interactive Through Storyline Blocks Articulate Rise 360 is a fantastic authoring tool for creating eLearning quickly. It’s cloud based, easy to …

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Global Training

4 Things to Consider Before Translating Your eLearning for a Global Audience

The moment you find out that your training or elearning module needs to be translated into other languages, you should stop to consider some very important elements.

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Better PowerPoint
PowerPoint

Creating Better PowerPoint Decks, Faster

PowerPoint can be a very powerful visual aid and important tool for training… if it’s done well. Today’s post isn’t so much about pretty images, it’s more about organizing your thoughts before you even open PowerPoint on your computer.

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Global Training

5 Lessons Learned Writing Training for a Global Audience

Developing training for learners around the world is a bit different than developing training for learners who are located within one country or geographic region. Here are 5 lessons we’ve learned as we work on training projects around the world that I hope help your own projects move forward more smoothly.

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