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How to Market Your Learning Program Office Hours Recap

June 24th, 2020

Developing successful eLearning courses for your audience is the focal point for many companies, but it’s only half the battle. To run an effective learning business, you need to know to be a marketer. Marketing your learning programs helps create a culture of continuous learning, and that turns into consistent demand for your organization or products.

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BenchPrep Engage Deep Dive - Configuring Your Content Distribution

June 23rd, 2020

If you run a learning program, you know how powerful it is to keep your learners engaged with your online content. Not only do learners achieve greater levels of success, but your learning business continues to grow. According to our data, however, learners average 98% fewer sessions in a learning platform after they complete their study plan.

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Why Confidence-Based Learning Improves Performance

June 22nd, 2020

Ever notice that your learners can ace a single test, but their overall performance hasn’t improved? 

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How Spaced Repetition Helps Learners Achieve Mastery In Your Learning Program

June 18th, 2020

We’ve all been there before… 

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How to Turn Learning Science Concepts into Profitable eLearning Products Webinar Recap

June 16th, 2020

It’s a common misconception that learning ends when we finish a course or university or an e-course. The truth is education never ends. Modern learners want to continue learning and organizations are eager to provide those resources for them. 

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Conquer the Forgetting Curve with Microlearning Strategies That Work

June 15th, 2020

You know the drill. A learner is preparing for a big achievement -- let’s say passing an exam or earning a credential. This learner is in full-on study mode: they’re attending your online courses, reading books and articles, studying flashcards, and taking practice tests. The night before the test, they might even cram a little.

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