The posts in this category address various subjects related to e-learning and its role in delivering successful training programs within organizations of all types and sizes.


Top 3 things to know about the state of e-learning in 2019


E-learning is a growing industry, with vast potential and significant growth being achieved in many global regions. The following e-learning industry statistics show how well things are going at the moment and the trajectory that will be followed going forwards should not be surprising.

Reporting on talent management

Reporting on talent management


Since businesses turn to L&D whenever a new need arises, it’s crucial that all programs come to support organizational challenges and demonstrate a positive impact and ROI. It’s equally important to establish a logical frame and have a common language when it comes to reporting on talent management.

infographics in online training

On the use of infographics in online training


Present-day digital design offers unlimited options to all those who want to use their imagination and create something unique and with great impact. Infographics are top trend of the day since they have been around and powerful for quite some time it’s safe to assume, they will be riding the popularity wave for a while.

shortcomings of micro-learning

Overcoming the shortcomings of micro-learning


Some of the most common causes for a not so great deployment of a new micro-learning program are: hasty planning, failure to meet expectations and inability to sustain the long-term goals of the individuals and the organization. Let’s explore how L&D professionals can overcome these challenges.

Overcoming the forgetting curve

Overcoming the forgetting curve in training courses


Since corporate training is mainly focused on providing essential information and developing relevant skills, it needs to look into what it takes to overcome the (otherwise very natural) forgetting curve and work on delivering memorable modules.

LMS and an LRS

What does a company need an LMS and an LRS for?


If the LMS is still the central platform for all having to do with corporate formal learning, an LRS and xApi are basically the intertwined tools that can harness the potential of all informal learning people do while at work or in their spare time.

adopting learning analytics

The Crawl, Walk, Run methodology for adopting learning analytics


Learning Analytics are obviously the future. Not all companies may be prepared for it just yet and that’s why this particular approach is optimal. The crawl phase is easy to implement and will give an authentic feel of what these new technologies are and what they can do.

roadblocks to knowledge transfer

Overcoming the most common roadblocks to knowledge transfer


Knowledge transfer is never an effortless process that happens spontaneously within an organization. There are many factors that work against it, but L&D professionals can create training materials that can support learners in overcoming all of these roadblocks.

cafeteria learning

Have you heard about cafeteria learning?


Corporate learning often resembles this sort of artificial design meant to incorporate a little of everything and leave little or no room for personalization. That’s why Jillian Douglas and her team created a new approach to it: cafeteria learning. The concept of cafeteria learning refers to mixing the different learning approaches – experiential, action-driven and constructivist while adding a very important feature – choice.

e-learning interface mobile-friendly

Making your e-learning interface mobile-friendly


Making a mobile-friendly e-learning interface is all about maximizing the platform and minimizing clutter. After all, aside from medium-specific considerations, there are not many differences between learning via desktop computer and learning with a handheld device. Check out a few things that you have to consider if you’re aiming to make your e-learning interface mobile friendly.