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Approaches to Adaptive eLearning Design

April 27, 2015 Yogesh Wagh From Harbinger's Thought Leadership Forum

In my last blog, I introduced you to the concept of Adaptive eLearning Design (AED). Today, I’ll talk about a few approaches we follow at Harbinger to create AED based courses for our healthcare and pharmaceutical customers. These approaches are easy to follow and implement and designed to ensure great ROI. 1.    Design Models The […]

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Why Pharmaceutical and Healthcare should NOT stick to traditional eLearning?

March 6, 2015 Yogesh Wagh From the Biz Development Team

Yes, you read it right. You would always find me advising this to all my healthcare and pharmaceutical customers. You might have a different argument, but read on for my viewpoint and we might reach a common ground. Not very long back, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies used to invest heavily in classroom training to train […]

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Harbinger at the Training 2012 Conference & Expo

March 3, 2012 Deepali Tharkude From the Delivery Head's desk...

– An account by Mona Sharma, DGM – Projects, and Exhibitor at the Conference Date: February 13-15, 2012 Venue: Atlanta, GA, at the Georgia World Congress Center Visitor’s Profile: Professional trainers, consultants, and academics, HRD professionals and senior executives, Instructional designers & other related professionals. Exhibitor’s Profile: Business Development Services, Training and Talent Development Services, […]

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How to Make Simulation Based Courses Engaging

September 17, 2011 Deepali Tharkude From the Delivery Head's desk...

It can be a real challenge to “engage” your learners in a simulation-based course. Traditional “Show me” and “Let me try” simulations, which are supposed to be guided learning methods are more like spoon-feeding rather than guidance. At the same time, you can’t really do away with the simulations, can you? So how do you […]

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