Mobile Learning: 3 Things to Know About Your Target Audience

Many people think mobile learning is just eLearning that happens to be on a mobile device. Technically this is true, but treating mobile courses this way ignores the critical differences in the way you need to approach each medium. There are many aspects across the design and development spectrum that you need to keep in…

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Have you ever wondered, “Isn’t there a better way to approach this eLearning course? Are people really getting enough out of what we’re teaching?” If you’ve asked yourself these questions, you might want to consider using scenarios. Sometimes this can be intimidating to some people. Almost everyone realizes that a standard content dump is not…

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When it comes to effective learning in an online setting, many organizations and companies are asking themselves, “Where do I even begin?” Because eLearning has become such an essential part of training and on-going education (especially in the retail industry), we spent a lot of time formulating an answer to that question. After all, eLearning…

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Storyboarding Branched Scenarios

We love to write eLearning content that leverages story-telling and scenarios as much as possible. Scenarios don’t work in all situations, but when they do, they help engage learners in ways standard monologue presentations never will. Each of the last couple years we’ve spoken at a local conference, the Chicago eLearning Showcase, and presented various…

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