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  • eLearning

    The millennial workforce is vastly different from its predecessor. Innovative technology has led to huge changes in the workplace. These changes have led to the need for personal and professional development. It is a sort of cycle in which, to evolve as a business you must evolve as an individual, and vice-versa. Millennial...

  • eLearning

    The Dog Days of Summer 2019 contest has officially kicked off at Designing Digitally, so it’s time to vote for your favorite office pooch! As a reminder, Edgar took the title as the Alpha Dog last year, but there are many new contestants in the running trying to claim the name this time around. Before we introduce them, here’s a quick...

  • Training Simulations

    Virtual Reality, VR, is taking the training industry by storm. Corporations are reaping the benefits of realistic scenarios that immerse learners in the sights and sounds they’ll encounter in the workplace. However, VR has not replaced online training simulations. In fact, as much as we...

  • Serious Games

    Research suggests that learning games appeal to employees because they drive engagement and result in better learning outcomes. A report by Gallup demonstrates that there is a significant difference between engaged and disengaged employees. Employees who learned through games were better engaged than the ones who received training through traditional learning methods. They outperformed the non-engaged employees in productivity and...

  • eLearning

    The modern workforce likes multi-tasking. They cannot focus on a particular thing for a long time. If you want your learning to catch their attention, then make sure that you give them whatever information they need quickly. Do not make them wait or search for it. This applies to training content, too. If you offer them lengthy,...

  • Mobile Learning

    Please note this article was originally published by our team on elearningindustry.com.

    Mobile learning, or mLearning, is a broad term used to describe any training that is completed on a mobile device, which can include smartphones, tablets, and laptops. This learning approach has been shown to offer...