As a remote e-learning company, we serve broadly and are always looking for opportunities. Last Fall, we registered to do business with the U.S. government. In our October newsletter, we noted that the government buys many different types of products and services. They aim to spend 23% of prime contract dollars on small businesses, and… Continue reading The Sea of Government RFPs
You’ve interviewed many candidates and selected an ideal person for your position. Knowledgeable, experienced, communicative…everything you need to fill the role. On Day 1, your perfect employee doesn’t show. You’ve been ghosted! In today’s competitive landscape, and with unemployment rates at all-time lows, ghosting has moved from the dating scene to the workplace. Ghosting can… Continue reading Ghosting: Are Your People Disappearing?
When done correctly, using audio to narrate e-learning can have a big impact on engaging learners. Are you looking to add audio narration to your next course and don't know where to start? Here we're going to hook you up with tips for recording high-quality voiceover. Organize Your Recording Space Most of us don’t have… Continue reading Getting Started with Audio Recording
Have you noticed that captions (a.k.a. subtitles) in social media videos have become more common? Captioning videos has historically been used in e-learning to improve accessibility for learners with hearing impairments. Beyond accessibility, evidence is emerging that captions improve engagement and comprehension (hence why you are seeing more videos with captions on Facebook). In short, there… Continue reading Improving Accessibility Through Video Captions
The other day an Apple commercial caught my eye. The camera followed a young girl as she biked around a city with her iPad Pro. She used her device to write, draw, send messages, read comics, etc. And when asked, “Whatcha doin’ on your computer?”, she answered, “What’s a computer?” I don’t normally pay attention… Continue reading What is a Classroom: 5 Reasons to Implement an LMS in your Organization
Welcome to 2018! In the last post, we reviewed 4 common ways to deliver training. But often, knowing the differences between training delivery methods isn’t always helpful in terms of actually selecting the right one for a situation. We will tackle that briefly here. On the job training – or one-one-one training at the job… Continue reading Choosing a Training Delivery Method
We are nearing the end of 2017, and many managers are making plans for training in the upcoming year. During this time of year especially, managers often ask me: What are my options for training employees, customers, and clients? How do I pick the best one? In this post, I give a summary of the… Continue reading 4 Common Ways to Deliver Training in Organizations
I am one of those people who likes to learn for the sake of learning. To me, learning is fun and I don’t have to be encouraged to do it. If I’m curious about something, I jump into research and try to find out as much as I can about the topic at hand. That’s… Continue reading Gamification: Gimmick or Actual Learning?
Learning another language through immersion works! I am a fluent Spanish-speaker today because I lived in the Dominican Republic for a few years as a teen. Knowing only basic words and phrases, I was thrown in during the summer months and was able to express myself by the time school started. I also met many… Continue reading 5 Ways to Design Immersive E-Learning
According to Gallup, 85% of employees are not engaged or actively disengaged at work. This is expensive to companies as it negatively impacts productivity and can lead to employee turnover. One way to combat disengagement and boost morale is to pay more attention to learning opportunities. Lack of opportunities for professional development is a common… Continue reading 3 Reasons for Small Businesses to Invest in E-Learning