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How to write effective self-assessments

If I were to ask someone a question like: ‘Are you a supportive person?’ do you think that a simple yes or no answer would be sufficient to tell you about them?

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9 tips for working better with subject matter experts

You could say that a learning designer, eLearning project manager, or learning consultant is a jack of all trades. We apply our skills to an endless range of topics, but what we really master is learning.

That’s why subject matter experts (SMEs)...

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How to design the right program every time with the Learning Canvas

Creating learning experiences can be quite the blank canvas – there's a lot of room for creativity and exciting ways to present content. But even if you create an engaging course that covers the key facts, you still might be not be achieving the...

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4 ways to accelerate your learning programs with micro-credentials

Did you know that a skill you acquired today will only be half as valuable in five years?

Thanks to the ever-evolving world of technology, the landscape of the workforce is changing. Employers seek people with up to date training and specific...

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Micro-credentials and digital badges - what's the difference?

Micro-credentials, digital badges, open badges, nano-credentials - what do they all mean and how do they relate?

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4 reasons why you should switch from SCORM-based eLearning to xAPI

If you design or develop eLearning modules, or you manage an LMS, you’ll be familiar with the SCORM standard already, and the familiar refrain “Is it SCORM compliant?”. 

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Tips for Converting Your Course to Online

Following the coronavirus outbreak, more and more universities are moving towards online delivery of classes. For some, this means recording lectures and posting them online, however this isn’t always the best student experience. Many lecturers...

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10 tips for creating realistic, empathy-driven learner personas

Learner personas are an indispensable tool in learning design.

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Why, Learn, Try, Apply - a structure for engagement and embedding practice

In today’s blog, I’d like to share an approach we’ve been using at Guroo Producer to structure our eLearning modules in a logical flow which allows the learner to learn, practice, and (most importantly) apply their learning on-the-job.

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Think Outside Your LMS! How to Create an eLearning Innovation Ecosystem

We’ve all heard the innovation adage, “think outside the box”.

It’s a cliché about breaking the paradigm of your thinking, but it also serves well as a metaphor if the box is your learning management system (LMS).

Most organisations I've worked...

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