The flexibility of eLearning

By Adam Hall

Some professional designations have highly rigorous continuing education programs. They may have strict requirements about the type of training that qualifies, and carry out regular audits of their members to ensure requirements are being met.

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The leaders within your ranks

By Adam Hall

Building a culture of effective leadership is not easy, and involves a multi-pronged approach. Hosting a leadership seminar once or twice a year is not enough to guarantee success.  To attain long-term success, you need to weave in the search for great leaders throughout the fabric of your organization.

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Adding gamification to eLearning

Knowing that the brain does respond to game rewards, every instructional designer should consider how best to add gamification to the learning development process. But as always, the devil is in the details. If your idea of gamification is simply to add badges and points to a course, in all likelihood you may not achieve the engagement you are seeking from course participants.

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Overcoming a Skittish Learning Management Culture: A How-To Guide

By: Adam Hall

Sample e-learning website on tablet computer

In our twenty years in the training business, we at SS&C Zoologic Learning Solutions have seen many creative approaches to solving the problem of proliferating necessary training. Having worked with hundreds of financial institutions over the years, we have a vast range of stories we can tell about how to improve the culture of training in an organization and get the highest possible return for your investment.
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Producing an Effective eLearning Product

A guide to creating impactful training material.

By: Stephanie Hodnett


As with any tool or new technology, preparation and clarity of focus are prerequisites for delivering an effective product. Here are some tips and tricks for managing your production process.

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