Posts Tagged ‘E-Learning’

Five Tips On How to Create and Translate Culturally-Inclusive E-Learning

Translation and Localization

Five Tips On How to Create and Translate Culturally-Inclusive E-Learning The world is connected in a way most of our grandparents couldn’t imagine. Today, whatever we create and share with the web will be viewed by people outside of our home country, culture, and our personal identity. That even includes this blog post. American culture…

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Microlearning – A Small Format with a Big Impact

microlearning

Microlearning – A Small Format with a Big Impact With summer officially here, we’re all ready for holidays, road trips, and family vacations. How do you pass the time when you’re stuck in the passenger seat? My guess is that it’s not taking hours-long e-learning courses. But, if you found a short microlearning course that…

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How to Work Around Chrome 66’s Autoplay Feature

How to work around chrome 66's autoplay feature

Last November, e-learning developers were faced with Safari 11 preventing video from autoplaying on the first slide in Storyline courses. Now it’s time for folks to deal with a similar change in Chrome 66, and later. The change to the Chrome Autoplay Policy impacts both video and audio on opening slides. The Impact to Storyline…

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Gamification: The Power of Playing Around

The Power of Playing Around

Do you wonder if games and gamification are just the latest instructional design fad? It’s statistically proven that games provide better results than traditional learning. At Learning Solutions 2018, the power of gamification and immersive learning were confirmed when two of our courses won during DemoFest.

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