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E-Learning Challenge #83 Reaction GIFS

This week the E-Learning Challenge on the Articulate Community is on reaction GIFs. https://community.articulate.com/articles/reaction-gifs-elearning Here are mine, 1. I can’t get variables to do what I want. 2. I get a complicated variable to work on the first try. 3. When

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Safety and Sherpas

This post is on a slightly off topic but in some ways does relate to health and safety. On Friday, April 18th, thirteen Sherpas died in an avalanche on Mount Everest. It was the deadliest incident to happen on Everest.

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You Won’t Believe How Many Options You Should Have!

The most common way of testing knowledge, or learning, in an elearning course is the multiple choice question (MCQ). There is debate on how effective this is and the relationship it has to on-the-job behaviour. For now I want to

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Burn Your Smiley Sheets

Smiley sheets, or reaction sheets, or level 1 assessments are the surveys filled out at the end of a course to gauge learners’ reactions to a course. There is limited evidence to support the use of reaction sheets. Depending on

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How To Get The Most From A Course

Learning is part of everyone’s job. Whether it is learning how to: operate a new piece of machinery, send an email on your new phone, transport dangerous goods, or keep safe on the job. Sometimes courses are required by legislation

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Protecting Your Training Investment

If you are a supervisor or manager you’ve probably had a time when you sent someone off to get trained they come back and they do their job but nothing seems to have changed in their performance. You may blame

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