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December 12th, 2018

7 ways to swing eLearning from boring to engaging

Victoria Kossoff 4 min read

There’s every chance that you’re reading this while thinking about something else you need to do.  We all have competing priorities – and we all have to deal with our minds …

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December 4th, 2018

The ideal time companies should invest in training

Victoria Kossoff 4 min read

In recent years, investment in training has been put under pressure by the unprecedented business environment. There is a growing notion that training is not worthwhile, when skill…

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November 28th, 2018

The Learning Factor wins Best eLearning Program 2018 Awarded by the AITD

Chris Gaborit 2 min read

The Learning Factor has proudly accepted the distinguished award for Best eLearning Program 2018 from the Australian Institute of Training and Development.  

This award recog…

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November 21st, 2018

The Simple Art of Using Emotion To Help Learning

Victoria Kossoff 3 min read

Thousands of years ago, Plato knew that learning has deep roots in emotion. Neuroscientists have proved him right through scientific research. Thanks to advancements in technology,…

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November 6th, 2018

Why the Best L&D professionals use Micro and Macro Learning

Victoria Kossoff 5 min read

At its essence, instructional designers develop their learning plan in the frame of a model based on clear learning theory. Contemporary course design has now become a stage for de…

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subject matter expert (SME)

October 30th, 2018

The Art of Working with a Subject Matter Expert

Simone - Operations Manager 3 min read

For newbies in the eLearning sphere, an SME (Subject Matter Expert) is a valuable member of any learning design team. They are the expert in the field or topic as it relates to the…

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Usain Bolt

October 22nd, 2018

UX tips to make eLearning more effective

Rob - UX Designer 5 min read

In the past, designers and developers have tended to gleefully jump straight into a new project, fingers readily hovering over their keyboards, like a line of sprinters waiting for…

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social learning

October 17th, 2018

8 ways to develop mind-blowing online courses

Victoria Kossoff 5 min read

“Mind-blowing”. It’s quite a goal. Online training that not only equips learners with knowledge and skills that they are ready to employ in the real world – but also that e…

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Brain Map

October 9th, 2018

4 Elements of Learning Design, from Neuroscience

Victoria Kossoff 5 min read

So you may think that you’re a visual learner? Or maybe you believe you learn best through hearing information? Well, you may need to think again. 

There actually is a scienc…

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October 3rd, 2018

How to deal with difficult people

Chris Gaborit 1 min read

In an ideal world, difficult behaviours have no place at work. However, in reality, dealing with difficult people is something many people face as part of their everyday work life….

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Responsive eLearning

October 30th, 2014

3 Secrets Your Competitors Know About eLearning

Chris Gaborit 2 min read

Would you like to know what your competitors are doing? Would you like to know what they are working on and what are they building for the future?

Well, I can’t give away too ma…

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positivity

July 21st, 2014

515 Best Positive Quotes Ever

Chris Gaborit 35 min read

Positive quotes have been a life saver so many times in my life. When you are negative, feeling down, or just need some motivation to lift your wings to new heights then read some …

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