Tag: Learning Content


6 Tips for Effective Blended Learning

Yesterday’s post explained why blended learning is on the rise in the modern-day workplace. Today’s post offers six tips and best practices for effectively implementing blended learning strategies and courses.


Are There Ethical Matters to Consider for AI-Driven Training?

According to a recent survey, 42% of working professionals are concerned that artificial intelligence (AI) is going to replace many human workers in the workplace soon. But more than 63% of those surveyed said that they are actually more concerned that human bias and prejudices such as race, religion, or demographics will corrupt the data […]

Best Practices for Curating Content for Your LMS

Many learning and development (L&D) professionals are starting to curate content for their Learning Management Systems (LMSs) due to the overwhelming amount of data and content being created and shared online every second of every day. (According to research highlighted by Analytics Week, 1.7 megabytes of information per person on the planet will be created […]

Understanding Different Learning Styles in the Workplace (Part 2)

[Part 1 of this article appeared in the previous issue.] Things Each Type of Learning Content and Approach Must Do Keep in mind that while their modes of delivery may be different, all pieces of learning content must still do similar things. Regardless of their learning styles, all learners must be continually engaged and motivated […]

Understanding Different Learning Styles in the Workplace (Part 1)

It’s easy for trainers and learning and development (L&D) professionals to get so preoccupied with securing funding, technology, supplies, and staff for their initiatives and courses that they overlook the intricacies of their main audience: their learners. But learning programs can’t be truly successful if they don’t address learners’ intricacies, especially the various learning styles […]

What's the Difference Between M-Learning and E-Learning?

Many professionals think that m-learning (mobile learning) is simply a branch on the tree of e-learning (electronic learning). Ultimately, m-learning is just another form of learning using electronics, just on a smaller mobile screen … right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. But luckily, they each have their own individual merits. And by understanding how they’re […]