Retail Training: Why Bother?

I was recently having lunch with a former client contact and reminiscing about the project we had worked on together. In the course of the conversation, I asked how training is viewed at the retailer for whom he currently works who happens to have a rather large training department. You might imagine my surprise when…

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Oscar winners and great training have more common ground than you might initially think. See what qualities these two share and how you can get on the path to creating training that lines up with an Academy Award-winning film. They Stir Up Emotion Oscar winning movies and actors are highly acclaimed for their ability to…

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Whenever we work with a new client to develop eLearning courses, one of our topics of discussion includes what level of freedom they want their learners to have navigating the course. Is the learner able to skip around and visit any part of the course in any order? Or should the navigation require them to…

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In the first part of our Articulate Storyline features outline, we went through the first seven Articulate Storyline features we think will save you a TON of time. Now let’s get to the second batch. Eyedropper The eyedropper tool has been around in a ton of tools for a very long time, but it doesn’t…

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Sometimes the simple things in life are the best. While it’s great to learn new, advanced techniques that wow your learners, that’s not what this list is about. This list features simple, built-in features for Articulate Storyline that make life so much easier. Odds are that if you develop in Storyline regularly, you may already…

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One of the most common struggles we hear from eLearning designers and developers is the “inability” to accurately replicate real world activities in an online format. Now, we’re HUGE fans of eLearning, but we’re realists too. That being said, there isn’t one single solution that fits every need. As such, there are some things that…

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