Creating international elearning

Creating international elearning experiences is not simply a matter of translating content (see “Translating elearning into other languages: 6 tips“). The platform and architecture must also be ready to work in systems that use different formats and assumptions. While these differences become apparent as international users engage their computers and…

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4 L&D Wishes for 2015

My wish list for corporate learning 2015. Just four, all of them L&D maturity indicators. 1. “Blended” fades No, we don’t stop blending. But we stopped talking about it because slowly but surely everything became more or less blended. At design time, all options are considered equally, without having to…

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Hacking course surveys

If you had a simple, honest system to sway course result surveys by as much as 20% to your advantage, would you use it? What would this mean to the reliability of course surveys filled out by learners after ILT, webinars and elearning deliveries? The setting Imagine your work environment…

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