A subject matter expert, or SME, is an individual with a profound knowledge of a particular topic – or subject matter. Learn how to work with an SME for eLearning.
In our industry, we’re seeing the DISC assessment (a personality test based on
Marston’s DISC model) make a big comeback. Learn how a negative assessment morphed into a tool for collaboration.
Corporate universities can be a major play in employee productivity and retention. Learn why great companies invest in custom learning.
The science of learning comes down to knowing how our brains like to learn. Our brains crave repetition and patterns. Learn more from ELM Learning.
Employee diversity training should never be an afternoon event that employees are forced to attend, but rather an organic process that starts from the day an employee is onboarded.
Creative learning is the exact opposite of memorizing information. It’s the process of building knowledge and developing skills using creative techniques. Learn the difference between creative learning and creativity… and how to tackle it!
Just-in-time learning is learning that provides information exactly when a learner needs it. Learn more about how to implement effective just-in-time training methods.
Every training initiative should start with a needs analysis. Learn the importance and steps of performing a training needs analysis for your organization.
Cross-cultural training acknowledges the differences across different cultures through instruction for employees who work for global organizations. Learn how to create effective cross-cultural training for your employees.
Why eLearning? Should you invest in developing a new digital learning experience? Understanding the true scope of eLearning requires a deeper look into how it works and how that translates to smarter, savvier, more productive learners.
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