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by Marc Rosenberg
7.29.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Spotlight
How does Amazon.com so effortlessly connect “zillions” of people with “zigabytes” of product information? The answer, in part, is through using advanced knowledge-management (KM) techniques. In the eLearning field, we can learn a lot from how Amazon approaches the relationship between customers and information.
by Megan Torrance
7.28.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Feature
Many instructional designers know and use the linear ADDIE approach to development projects. At the same time, many are also aware of agile methods that offer significant flexibility and facilitate changes. Does a designer have to choose one or the other? Not really—and this article explains why.
by Nic Laycock
7.24.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | News
Liberia, a nation ravaged by a 14-year-long series of civil wars, is attempting to bootstrap its university and the infrastructure needed to support education. Read about the challenges, and possible opportunities to help!
by News Editor
7.23.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | News
Following the merger of Epic Learning Group and LINE Communications, Learning Technologies Group is proud to introduce LEO, its new learning technologies firm.
by Joe Ganci
7.22.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Review
Adobe Presenter 10 is a video tool that offers many new and improved features, including the ability to publish to HTML5, and to deliver HD quality video to any device. Is it worth licensing? Find out here!
by Stephen Haskin
7.21.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Feature
The first time they open Adobe After Effects, some people become so frightened that they close it and never come back. If you are one of those people, take heart! Here is a tutorial that will get you started on the road to mastering some of the most powerful video software out there. It can make a huge difference in the quality of video in your eLearning productions!
by Art Kohn
7.17.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Column
Much of what we communicate in eLearning and other kinds of teaching relies on the written word. Many instructional designers worry that learners may be poor readers and so try to “write down to their level.” Is this the right approach? Is reading ability even a problem? Or is the problem our approach to writing? Here are some guidelines that may surprise you.
by Walter Murphy
7.16.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Tip
Learners prefer facilitated training—the personal touch. Adopting a persona when writing content can help an instructional designer make self-directed eLearning more personable. Create a persona whose voice your learners will respond to, whether as colleague or as guide!
by News Editor
7.15.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | News
eLearning Brothers and Infuse Medical announce the first library subscription of its kind of medical stock images. This library subscription is the first eLearning-specific library consisting of high resolution 3-D medical imagery.
by Patti Shank
7.15.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Research
The eLearning Guild’s newest research report says training ROI studies are flawed because they do not measure results. Executives told us one question interested them more than ROI: Do employees have the skills needed to do their jobs? A study on that issue by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has huge implications for education and training. Read about it here.
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