Exploring Social Learning and How It Can Be Implemented with Social Media

As we’re nearing the end of 2015 one thing is pretty clear: social media isn’t a fad. It’s here to stay.

What was once a unique way to communicate with friends and family has now become a pivotal part of the business world as well. Social media is frequently used as a communication tool to reach clients and potential customers, but what role does it play in employee training and e-Learning? Continue reading

The Benefits of Experiential Learning and How to Create Realistic Training

Experiential learning may sound like something straight from an introductory philosophy class, but in reality it’s a concept that can be extremely valuable for training managers. Businesses are often asking themselves why their training and development isn’t resonating with employees. A common answer to that question lies in how realistic the learning feels to employees. Continue reading

How to Incorporate Elements of Google’s Training and Development Into Your Business

Silicon Valley is undoubtedly enjoying time in the limelight right now. The area has become synonymous with technology, innovation, and pioneering companies. Millennials are flocking to these enterprises as they become the premier places to work in the world. From search engines to apps and even products like watches, it seems like tech companies in Northern California are on the cusp of everything new and exciting. That innovative spirit certainly extends to their employee management, and in particular how they train employees. Continue reading

How and Why Scenarios are Important in e-Learning


Scenarios are a valuable learning tool that also happen to be very simple to include in employee training, through the use of a learning management system. With the rise of LMS-based employee training, employers have new opportunities to provide exciting, inventive and cutting-edge training that’s simultaneously extremely useful. This type of engaging training typically includes scenarios. Continue reading