Blog - Greg Kozera

  • October 02, 2018
  • July 05, 2018
  • April 12, 2018

    Using the Right eLearning Development Tools for Your Audience

    By: Ashley Hudson-Hines

    How to Choose the Right eLearning Development Tools If having the right tools didn’t matter, we’d all brush our teeth with hammers. No-brainer decisions between hammers and toothbrushes are nice, but life doesn’t work like that. If you believe Google (as we all do), you can end up with over 30 different hammers for one […]

  • February 28, 2018

    Guide: What Does an Instructional Designer Do?

    By: Tori Signorelli

    How To Become An Instructional Designer If you landed on this page, you’re either considering a career in the eLearning industry, are going to school for a master’s degree in instructional design, or you’re already working as an Instructional Designer (ID) and want to grow in your career. Wherever you’re at on the spectrum, this […]

  • September 26, 2017

    Creating a Personalized Learning Environment

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Creating a Personalized Learning Environment Creating a personalized learning environment starts with outlining your goals and striking a balance between personal and company growth, as you want learning to payoff for everyone. Focusing on the learner through data analytics and responsive and adaptive design allows you to custom tailor a learning experience that’s effective and […]

  • June 21, 2017

    Discover Why More Companies are Choosing to Ditch Their LMS

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Once upon a time, the learning management system (LMS) was king. It was there that L&D professionals could produce, tweak, deliver, and manage employee learning. It seemed like a perfect solution until suddenly, it wasn’t. Huge, monolithic LMSs are going the way of the dinosaur in favor of more agile programming options. But why? As […]

  • June 13, 2017

    Hack Your Digital Learning: Guerilla L&D Creates More Compelling Content

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Whether you have a huge L&D budget or you’re working with something more along the lines of a shoestring, digital learning can definitely increase your tab. Obviously high-level, expertly produced videos and modules will cost you a pretty penny, but they’re not always the ultimate way to connect with your learners.

  • May 31, 2017

    The Untapped Potential of Virtual Reality in eLearning

    By: Eunjae Kim

    Thanks to everyone and their grandma (literally) getting VR goggles for Christmas, it seems as though more practical applications for virtual reality are just around the corner. For now, most people are content to use their goggles to play games or explore new countries, but we see huge opportunities for VR in the eLearning space. […]

  • May 15, 2017

    Chemical Romance: Why Your Brain Falls in Love with Stories

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Humans love a good story. From the dawn of time—think cave paintings and oral traditions—to the modern methods of seeing a movie or being absorbed by a good book, the power of stories captivates, motivates, and creates a strong bond between memory and content. After all, you could easily recite the plot of your favorite […]

  • May 09, 2017

    Raising the Bar for Multigenerational Training

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Millennials are used to having access to top-level multimedia, so low-level training and eLearning simply won’t fly. However, just adopting a millennial approach to training might not benefit all generations in the workplace.

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