Month: April 2015

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Educators and E-Learning: Are They Too Picky?

Are E-Learning creators too picky when they watch e-learning courses they didn't design?

A Spoonful of Sugar: The Importance of Versatility

Anyone working in the technology field who deals with conversions or implementations will tell you that the Kubler-Ross Stages of Grief isn't something that is limited to deaths or divorces; they are also experienced in much the same order by customers who are undergoing a data conversion or a new software implementation.

Content Creators – Make Learning Interesting!

Those who have studied the cognitive science behind storytelling and game play point out that knowledge retention is increased greatly by using either or both of these methods. By creating a story out of the content you are presenting and turning it into a game, you make e-learning much more interesting to the learner.