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3 ways to organise interactive content in eLearning

This is a follow-up blog post with more detailed content from our webinar on How to make your eLearning more interactive. There are three common ways to organise interactive content in an eLearning module.

How to link performance and learning, using gamification and microlearning

In this podcast you will hear about how GamEffective has linked workplace performance with learning, using microlearning and gamification.

How to design an eLearning scenario

Learning something new means doing a task or activity in a different way. It means making decisions in a different way. It’s not just knowing some facts. I’m sure for most of us there are things we ‘know’ but don’t actually put into action.

An interview with JD Dillon about continuous learning

In this interview, Robin talks with JD Dillon about continuous learning and how it links with personalised learning.

xAPI doesn't solve all your learning measurement problems

 

From doing our podcasts about xAPI and learning data I’ve realised that one of the great myths about xAPI is that it solves all your learning measurement problems.

Learning technologies for learning while working

A short guide to technologies that are part of a learning ecosystem.

Practice and feedback for deeper learning

Dr Patti Shank is a leader in evidence-based learning. We're excited about the release of her book Practice and feedback for deeper learning, and Patti is our guest on this episode of the Learning While Working podcast. Robin and Patti discuss the need for more research in L&D, the importance of practice and feedback for deeper learning, and the different between shallow learning and deep learning.

The 70:20:10 model and learning transfer

Learning transfer professional Emma Weber is our guest on this episode of the Learning While Working podcast. Emma talks about the need to focus on the whole of the 70:20:10 model, and why the '10' is too often overlooked.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning for L&D

Artificial intelligence (AI) is now a widely used term for an extremely broad set of technologies. AI, at its core, is about designing software to help make decisions. Human intelligence is more than just the ability to make decisions that are based on past experience.

Designing learning dashboards

This episode is for learning professionals who are ready to dive deeper into their learning data. Robin speaks with Stewart Rogers from Lambda Solutions about framing your learning analytics with visual dashboards.