Learning and Technology
COVID-19 has driven most learning online. It's important to keep providing employees with learning opportunities - but how can you keep them motivated? Get six tips in this article!
You don’t have to allocate a huge budget to create effective and powerful content for your training. We made a list of five content authoring tools that will help you build interactive training materials at no cost.
Educations Media Group (EMG), has earned the MästarGasell 2019 award from Dagens Industri (DI), the largest business newspaper in Scandinavia. 2019’s MästarGasell award marks the 20 year anniversary of the Gasell award.
What's an LXP (Learning Experience Platform) and how is it different from a traditional LMS? In this article, HT2 Labs shares some of the key differences.
Children who are toddlers today are developing their technological fluency before they start to speak. They form a digital generation of future employees and will certainly have a different view on education and learning. So how does this affect corporate training?
Augmented reality, also known as AR, has been growing in popularity over the years due to its presence in games such as Pokemon Go, sightseeing applications and navigation maps. Find out how AR is now being used in L&D!
Almost everyone likes to feel that they are in control, especially when it comes to their business. Unfortunately, there many issues that are simply beyond our reach. Learn how to prepare for disasters in 2018 with training tips based on DRI's Third Annual Predictions Report!
Companies and training professionals are beginning to fear that they will soon become obsolete in this expanding market due to growing technologies. Find out what Fast Company has to say about technology and the future of L&D.
The strongest asset that you have is your team. A strong team looks out for each other, is motivated and efficient and carries out projects with confidence and speed to meet and surpass deadlines. Read our article to learn how to identify training needs in your team, how to choose the right format and more!
Lawmakers have approved a proposal that would require lobbyists to participate in annual anti-sexual harassment training in order to be licensed to lobby in the state Capital of Utah. On Tuesday the Utah House approved this proposal with a 58-11 vote, causing it to move on to the state senate for review.
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