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5 Steps to Designing a Successful Self-Directed Learning Program

July 21st, 2020

Self-directed learning is an independent learning experience driven by the learner. They choose how they’ll learn the content. They choose how fast they want to learn. And, ultimately, they take responsibility for their learning.

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Top Questions Answered About Investing in eLearning Technology

July 14th, 2020

Since COVID-19 shut down in-person training, organizations have two options: They can take a band-aid approach by cobbling together free technology to get them through the next few months, or they can see this situation as an opportunity to invest in long-term technology and build new business assets.

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3 Gamification Strategies to Keep Your Learners Engaged

July 8th, 2020

Practice makes perfect, right? But who wants to practice something that’s boring and dull? 

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All You Need To Know About BenchPrep Engage Office Hours Recap

July 6th, 2020

Our data shows that learners average 98% fewer sessions in a learning platform after they complete their study plan. Couple that with the forgetting curve, which shows that without repetition, people immediately begin to forget what they’ve learned, and businesses and eLearning enthusiasts alike have a real problem on their hands.

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How to Design Content for a Successful eLearning Program Office Hours Recap

July 2nd, 2020

The modern learner has changed drastically over time. They are often distracted, overwhelmed, and impatient. In a digital environment, there is a lot of noise happening. So much so, that people unlock their smartphones up to 9 times every hour. So, what does this mean in terms of how we design our learning programs?

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4 Ways Continuous Learning Will Revolutionize Your Training and Development

July 1st, 2020

We’ve all been there—the conference presentation that should have been labeled “information dump” or “you could have just read the book.” We know it takes time to learn anything proficiently, but we live in a world promising us “quick tips,” “top secrets,” or “life hacks.” Unsurprisingly, one-day training sessions or short courses often yield lackluster results.

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