Posts by steve


Compliance training can be a boring topic for your learners. Spice it up and draw inspiration from these two award-winning elearning solutions. Connect Group: The Golden Rules The Golden Rules elearning course, developed by Make Sense Design, replaces 20,000 words of written material with engaging interactive content. We really like the combination of humor and gamification to encourage learners to interact with the content. Also, did...

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As our industry embraces new technology, elearning programs need to be built with responsiveness in mind. Here are 7 examples of responsive elearning. Virgin Media: Empowering colleagues to share knowledge through the company This elearning captures years of knowledge from 15,000 colleagues.  Virgin media uses Snagit to record simple informative videos to share with the rest of the organization. This is a great example of how a large...

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Animation is a fun way to keep learners engaged and motivated. Here are three of our favourite examples animation being used in elearning programs. Virgin Atlantic: Visually appealing animated flight safety film Virgin Atlantic has used a novel approach to spicing up the boring safety message before take off. A story telling animated video provides a fun, attention grabbing message to all passengers. The animation is stylish, well...

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Are you developing a learning portal for your organization? Check out these four examples from Sky, Jury’s Inn and Vaillant. Sky’s Global Totara LMS This learning portal from Sky assists over 36,000 employees with their training. Developed by Mind Click, this is a great example of a Totara LMS solution for customer service staff. Features we like: Integrates with internal systems, including HR and induction systems with...

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Scenario-based elearning can be an effective way to improve your learners engagement levels. Draw inspiration from these four scenario-based elearning examples. Tom Kuhlmann: Scenario elearning with powerpoint Developed by Tom Kuhlmann, this elearning uses powerpoint for storyboarding scenario-based learning. We like how Tom presents an overview of the process, focused less on the content and more on the mechanics of working in...

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