‘Gamification’ has been a buzzword for a while now, yet not many eLearning teams have ventured down the road of implementing it. So, is it a fad? Or do you need to get playing?
Gartner predicted that by 2017, gamification would be the primary mechanism used by 40% of Fortune 1000 companies to transform business operations. If that prediction isn’t enough to get you playing, consider this: during a University of Colorado study on the impact of simulations and games in adult learners, participants in gamified eLearning experiences:Read More
Before you brush off the idea of millennial friendly content for your learning strategy, heed this warning... by 2025 millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. That's only 8 short years away! So, grab a tea or coffee and consider implementing some of these millennial friendly approaches to your learning strategy now, to be better prepared for the workforce wave of the future.Read More
Spring is just around the corner and a freshening up of your surroundings is probably in order. The same can be said for your learning management system (LMS). Like any well used space, an LMS can become cluttered and messy as time goes on. Spring is a good time to clean and organize your LMS to ensure that it stays tidy for the remainder of the year.
‘Sounds like a good idea, but where do I begin?’ I hear you say. So, I’ve gathered my top 5 tips for cleaning and organizing your LMS:Read More
Countless hours are spent on the planning and creation of eLearning courses for learners. But, once you’ve uploaded them on your LMS, are you spending an equitable amount of time promoting them?
Promoting the courses available to your learners can often be left to the last minute or ignored. To help you get the word out effectively we have compiled a list of 5 economical, impactful and easy ways to make sure your eLearning courses are not overlooked.
Jaime Ade | 02/14/2017
As 2016 winds to a close, the idea of resolutions for 2017 are prevalent in our minds. Learning management systems (LMS) are an important contributor to your organizations learning success and a true co-worker - in the sense that you engage with it daily and even converse via its content. It may never ask you for a ride or take you to lunch but it is a dependable and important resource for everyone in your organization.Read More