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Interactivity – What Should It Look Like?

Interactivity – What Should It Look Like?

As custom e-learning developers we are also looking to produce the best possible e-learning course that exactly meets our client’s...

Fear of the “Upload” Button

Fear of the “Upload” Button

Launching a new e-learning course is exciting—and a little bit scary. Did we remember everything? Did we make all the...

Surviving the Chaos of I.T. Training

Surviving the Chaos of I.T. Training

I recently worked with a client to help them with training for an IT system being custom-built for their organization....

We’ve Joined eLearning Learning!

We’ve Joined eLearning Learning!

Thanks to Tony Karrer for welcoming us to the eLearning Learning community! eLearning Learning is also home to some of...

Creating Custom E-Learning is a Lot Like Dating

Creating Custom E-Learning is a Lot Like Dating

I’ve just completed my fifth course for a company in the baking industry. Through this process I’ve discovered that creating...

Our Take on Google+

Our Take on Google+

Are you using Google+ yet? It’s launching to the general public soon and after a few weeks of using Google+,...

Review of Snap! 1.1 Update

Review of Snap! 1.1 Update

About three months ago, Trivantis released Snap! by Lectora – a PowerPoint authoring tool à la Articulate. Today they announced...

Review: DesignJot

Review: DesignJot

DesignJot from Allen Communications is marketed as the first iPad app designed to help build better training. It is a...

Creating Memory Masters

Creating Memory Masters

My favorite personal reading material, Discover Magazine, often divulges great and new research findings on how the mind works –...

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