Blog - multimedia

  • December 20, 2019

    Multimedia Messages: How to Save Your Employees From Text Burnout

    By: Greg Kozera

    Think of how many bits of text you read each day. Whether it’s text messages, social media, emails, or just scrolling through the daily news, it’s no wonder we all have a little bit of text burnout. That’s why visual media is so engaging: it’s a break for our overworked eyes. Multimedia also gives some […]

  • May 02, 2017

    Make the Case for A Multimedia Solution At Your Company

    By: Andrew Fayad

    As humans become more comfortable will technology (think Millennials and their successor Gen Z), employees will no longer be interested in Powerpoint and printed handout manuals. A multimedia solution is quickly becoming the norm for thriving organizations with 93% of teams seeing a video as essential to communication and 67% of respondents planning to increase their […]

  • April 12, 2017

    Multimedia Learning Could Increase Engagement for Your Team

    By: Andrew Fayad

    By now Multimedia isn’t a new concept. Between Instagram Live and Snapchat’s augmented reality, we’re pretty comfortable around multi-forms of media usage. However, sometimes we fail to see how we can apply media into our professional life when it comes to corporate digital learning. Multimedia learning can be defined as the combination of narrative, images, […]

  • October 26, 2016

    Is Multimedia the Most Underrated Tool for Internal Communication?

    By: Andrew Fayad

    It’s a scenario that can make any L&D pro cringe: You have an overarching vision for a new way to improve training and development, but no one else seems to be all that interested. It might be easy to blame the actual initiative when the real problem was in the way you shared your idea. The […]

  • July 01, 2015

    Oh, Snap! 4 Ways to Use Snapchat to Tell Training Stories

    By: Andrew Fayad

    At first glance, Snapchat isn’t the first medium you’d reach for when planning training strategy. After all, a social network which sends pictures to individuals to view for a paltry few seconds is hardly conducive to knowledge sharing. With the 2013 addition of the Snapchat Stories feature, however, the app gets a facelift that makes […]

  • June 12, 2015

    Is Social Media an Asset or for eLearning… or a Distraction?

    By: Andrew Fayad

    We love our social media: Keeping in touch with family on Facebook; sharing links on Twitter; even following total strangers on Instagram. But for all of the time we spend on social media (and for all the flack received) there’s something to be said for essentially crowdsourcing your social life. After all, social media helps […]

  • January 05, 2015

    Will e-Books Overtake Print in 2018?

    By: Aaron Hill

    If you’re thinking, “Nah, no way,” allow me to refresh your memory. Do you remember when we collected music CDs? How about cassettes? Eight tracks? Vinyl? Remember when going to a movie theater meant parting with a boatload of money—even before hitting the concession stand? With On Demand, Netflix and Amazon, we can watch a […]

  • January 01, 2015

    More than a Game: Applications for Minecraft in eLearning  

    By: Andrew Fayad

    The tech world was atwitter in September, when Microsoft announced its takeover of Mojang, the developer responsible for Minecraft. Basically a set of virtual Lego, Minecraft’s charmingly retro design has done the impossible: Turned a generation of kids into veritable engineers with a simple, creative interface. In fact, elementary schools have already adopted Minecraft as […]

  • October 27, 2014

    Social Learning: Hype or Help?

    By: Aaron Hill

    “Tell me again how Facebook is going to make my workforce lean, mean and efficient and cure every evil that lurks within the walls of our corporate campus!”

  • October 15, 2014

    Head in the Cloud: Why Content Authoring Tools are Going Mobile

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Rewind just a few years, and the authoring landscape was less than ideal. Sure, there were tools available, but they were desktop-based. Authoring, collaboration and changes all had to be made while tethered to a specific computer, which could result in lost work, duplication and frankly, a cumbersome experience. As eLearning becomes increasingly mobile and accessible, thankfully […]

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