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Including Storytelling In eLearning

The act of storytelling has been a pivotal part of learning throughout history. So much so that historian Yuval Noah Harai, author of Sapiens, argues that storytelling is what allows humans to be the dominate species. Yet, whether it be around a fire or exasperated body ...

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Promoting Mindfulness In Professional Settings

1 in 5 Americans suffer from mental health issues. Even if we disregard the human impact, organizations must start educating their people on mindfulness to promote a happy, healthy professional space.

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Combating Cognitive Overload

Do you ever feel like your brain can't handle anymore information? It probably can't. Cognitive overload can affect one's mood, learning, and physical health. How do we avoid it?

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Tips for Auditing eLearning Content

Spending so much time, energy, and money, but still not getting the wanted learning results? We've put together tips for auditing your learning content.

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6 Ways a LMS Can Remedy Common Non-Profit Problems

30% of non-profits fail within the first ten years and with these failures come recurring trends of preparedness, expectations, and talent. How can a LMS solve these?

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Why To Build Your Own Course (and Why Not To).

Know what learning battles to pick? Course authoring is everywhere now, but how do you know when it's worth utilizing? Follow this quick guide to find out what things you should consider.

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The Factors Damping Your Learning Potential and How to Control Them.

How many factors do you think impact learning? Have you ever felt like you learn better under certain conditions? Well, you do. So does everyone else. Here's how and why.