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Outsourcing E-Learning Development

E-learning at this point is starting to become a norm for big companies. This is because they are starting to realize that they should adapt to the changes in training and maintain the competencies of their employees – and fast. It can only be achieved if your company knows and implements the best strategies in e-learning which can keep your ...
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Demand from Modern Learners

I believe that we, people, are really open to learning continuously. Especially if the knowledge we’ll gain is useful and can be applied in our daily lives. But the challenge is, we don’t want to be taught all the time. Sometimes, we prefer picking up knowledge or skills through our own experiences, discoveries, or even through our own realizations. As ...
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Blended Learning for Modern Learners

Blended learning, also known as hybrid learning, changed the learning and development landscape. Companies today mix up classroom and digital trainings to effectively inform and close skill gaps in the workforce. Let’s see how instructor-led (ILT) and digital training can benefit your organization. Instructor-Led Trainings (ILT) This is the traditional classroom training, the one we are all familiar with. Here ...
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Using Your Workforce’s Common Ground

This just in: Millennials are expected to outnumber baby boomers and any other age groups by the year 2019 (Pew Research Center, 2018). How does this impact your workplace? Can you still stick to what you were doing even before millennials came and populated the workforce? If your company has been comfortably practicing pure traditional training for so many years, ...
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Building Better Courses

A big challenge in an instructional designer’s life is how to motivate their target audience. As discussed in previous posts, motivation is key. But how does one motivate a learner when you can’t be there, physically present, to be your target audience’s cheerleader? You can do this by making a learner-centric content. First, let us differentiate between learner-centric and content-centric ...
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