Employee training is a continuous process in any organization. It's not only important for new employees but also for existing employees who need to learn emerging skills within their roles and have..
The term "digital native" was originally coined by Marc Prensky back in 2001. The term implied that a new generation of learners was emerging, and that their learning curve in handling technology was..
Struggling to put together enough content to form a corporate training course? Not to worry, there are many learning content sources that your organization can use to implement the programs you need...
Knowledge transfer is a real challenge within most organizations. When done inefficiently, it can cost a company a lot of money and can have a real negative impact on personnel productivity. Because..
If you are developing eLearning for your workforce, you may be considering adding a few evaluations or knowledge checks to ensure employees are getting the most from this experience. Many..
Adaptive learning helps organizations provide personalized training to their employees. It's a solution to address the problem that a one-size-fits-all approach to learning, training, etc. simply..
Workers today are juggling more tasks than ever before both in and out of the office. With what can feel like an ever-growing to-do list, it’s important for employees to be encouraged to fit in..
As with any project, deciding on strategic goals for your eLearning process helps you create your action plan and decide what metrics will be used to determine when something is a success. Whether..
Regardless of the industry or a specific job title, one of the things that most people try to do on a daily basis is work smarter, not harder. eLearning content certainly helps solve that need...
According to LinkedIn’s 2018 Workforce Learning Report, an astounding 94% of respondents said they would stay at a company longer if their employer invested in their career. With a response rate like..
At face value, microlearning and just-in-time learning seem like two really similar concepts - and they are! Both take the eLearning experience and condense it into bite-sized portions that help..
Although the eLearning space is large and diverse, it can be broken down into two main categories - corporate training and education.
As you know, the main goal of designing a successful course is to impart the necessary knowledge to your learner. However, the way you plan to deliver your course can drastically impact their..
In 2017 - the most recent year for which data is available - 77% of US companies reported using eLearning. With IBM alone reporting $200M in savings from switching to eLearning versus traditional..
Today, almost everyone - regardless of their age or profession - is connected to the Internet. Look around any coffee shop, restaurant, retail store, bus or train. Chances are high that you’ll see..
Did you know that a large percentage of employees leave an organization during the first 12 months on the job? Some sources say one-third, while others cite 25%. Regardless, organizations are facing..
As you’re creating your employee course content and trying to tick all the necessary boxes, you might find yourself training staff of different generations - from veteran salespeople to summer..
Creating an engaging employee onboarding experience is often the first step to leaving your new hires with a positive lasting impression. And that first impression is incredibly important since 1 in..
When it comes to creating eLearning courses for employees - both current and those going through the onboarding process - it’s important to consider the needs of all learners equally. In today’s..
Now that it’s officially six months into 2019, it’s time to take another look at some of the hot topics across business eLearning and what they mean for L&D professionals around the world. Although..