Recruiting an agency to create eLearning is a risky business. In this article, we'll look at a simple strategy that will save you time, money and guarantees the end product is EXACTLY what you wanted.
The past year has been a corker. I thought I'd put my experiences and thoughts down in a post, if not for the amusement of anyone else, to help draw a line in the sand and give me something to look back on next year.
When I started freelancing, I wasn't quite sure in which direction I wanted to go. In this article, I will explain why choosing a focus is the next logical step in developing our e-learning business.
There seems to be an interesting surge in businesses using tools like Slack to enable learning in the workplace. In this article I'll explore how this tool might be the answer to many L&D challenges.
I was recently talking with a training manager. One of his challenges is dealing with trainers who are sceptical of eLearning. In this article we will explore whether they should be worried.
Initially I wasn't going to write an end of year review post - it seems as though everyone else is doing it and I didn't want to jump on the bandwagon, however it is really easy to forget how far you have come within 12 months. And for that reason, here is my end of year review!
I was hanging out in the Articulate Storyline LinkedIn group the other day when I saw someone post a request for suggestions on how best to deliver Storyline training. Having delivered several courses this year, I thought I'd jump in with a quick reply mentioning an exercise that I have developed for this exact purpose. I have found the exercise to be really successful in getting newbies started with Storyline.