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Meeting eLearning Development Targets with Limited Capacity

August 25, 2016 Sameer Kulkarni From the Biz Development Team

I was at the eACH Conference last month and a common problem I heard from many eLearning companies was that of a ‘limited team capacity’. These teams or L&D departments aimed to serve thousands of their internal customers but they had to develop many courses in a short time. I realized we have all faced […]

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6 Simple Ways to Develop an Eye for Detail

August 10, 2016 Priya Tiwari From the Instructional Designer's desk...

“I love the way your team pays attention to details and picks up such little things that are easy to ignore,” said one of our clients on the call last evening, when we were discussing the project highlights. This annotation from the client, made me think about the importance of paying attention to details and […]

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Make Your Instructor-Led Training Interactive

July 28, 2016 Mona Sharma From the Delivery Head's desk...

Instructor-Led Training (ILT) seemed to have had lost its sheen and eLearning had caught up big time. As a part of an eLearning content development company and involved closely with proposals and customers, there weren’t many ILT related proposals we got to work on. But since last couple of years, ILT have again gained importance […]

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eACH 2016 Reflections

July 21, 2016 Sameer Kulkarni From the Biz Development Team

eLearning Alliance of Canadian Hospitals, popularly known as eACH, is a much sought after conference amongst the eLearning fraternity of the Canadian hospitals. eACH 2016 was a grand affair and having attended it on behalf of Harbinger Interactive Learning, I must say that there is no way an eLearning professional not return home inspired to […]

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Why Stories Matter

June 24, 2016 Sonia Deshpande From the Instructional Designer's desk...

One day a nervous professor was standing in front of utterly uninterested class wondering how to start her first lecture. Standing in front of the class where everyone was checking their phones, barely glancing at her, she began by saying, “Let me tell you a story.” Suddenly everyone’s head snapped up and all eyes were […]

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