Compliance eLearning from Real-Life Government Penalties – Tip #7

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Oftentimes, the stories of non-compliance are right in front of us. Although some may find it unsuitable to their company because of sensitivities and legal constraints, citing court rulings and administrative penalties and judgment demonstrate clearly why compliance elearning is…

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Listen to the Geniuses Who Created Our Worlds – Tip #5

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What would be your world if you have conversations with Carl Sagan (astrophysicist), Seymour Papert (cognitive scientist), Gordon Moore (founder of Intel) or Steve Jobs? It would be a phenomenal experience and absolutely breathtaking. Preview the great minds featured in…

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Using the ridiculous and exaggerated situations to hone learning ideas – Tip #2

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Learners tend to pay attention to extremes – the absurd, ridiculous, incredulous – some form of exaggeration. The entertainment certainly helps. However, what works in our brain is something like this. “The Flirtation“ – a very short story suited for Call…

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Use ERRORS in making technical eLearning engaging and embedding objectives in error discovery and resolution – Tip #1

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There is an old saying that says “people learn the hard way.” There is a lot of truth to that in eLearning design. Behind errors are skill gaps that can cause worker failure and high costs to the company. Errors…

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