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4 Ways to Say ‘No’ to Boring Compliance Courses

May 16, 2017 Priya Tiwari From the Instructional Designer's desk...

“That compliance course was fun!” How often have you heard learners say that? Well, hardly ever. Compliance courses are a way of educating employees on rules, regulations and organizational policies that apply to an employee’s day-to-day job responsibilities. Compliance training is the top priority for all organizations; however, it doesn’t usually excite the learners. The […]

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Interactive Mini-Modules—An Interesting Approach to Micro-Learning

October 17, 2016 Snehal From the Instructional Designer's desk...

If you are connected to eLearning in any way, you probably have heard a lot about micro-learning. There is a lot being discussed in conferences, blogs, online forums and webinars on how to create effective micro-learning to meet millennials’ learning requirements. When talking about micro-learning, most of us often think of videos, podcasts or simple […]

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Making your eLearning Accessible

September 23, 2016 Sonia Deshpande From the Instructional Designer's desk...

“The power of the web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”  Tim Berners-Lee. In the U.S, most federal agencies and institutions are required to be 508 Compliant and across the world, courses and web pages need to adhere to WCAG requirements.  Both these requirements are geared to make web […]

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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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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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