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3 Brain Tips for Smarter Training

Our brains are capable of AMAZING things! They create art, make scientific discoveries, and can even memorize every line and lyric of Hamilton. Other times... they ...
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The How and Why of Compressing Videos for eLearning

Picture this. Wait. What if you CAN’T picture this because it’s still loading? Waiting for content to load and buffer is at the very least, a major bummer. At worst, it ...
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Storyline Tips & Tricks – The Truth about True/False Variables

One of the greatest things about Storyline is the freedom to create variables and triggers. These offer a level of customization and interactivity limited only by your ...
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20 Creative Ideas to Inspire Your Next eLearning Project

Feeling a little uninspired lately? Is your learner engagement tapering off? Online training has become even more essential to employee development plans. But taking ...
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Storyline Tips & Tricks – Creating Scenarios

Welcome to Storyline Tips & Tricks, where we are always on the lookout for ways to spice up our work in Articulate Storyline. In this session we will explore how to ...
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Storyline Tips & Tricks – Navigating Storyline's Built-In Navigation

Welcome to Storyline Tips & Tricks! If you are ever feeling lost when it comes to using Storyline, we are here to help you find ways to get content to your learners ...
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Storyline Tips & Tricks: 3 Quick Tips to Save You Time

Welcome back to Storyline Tips & Tricks – where we are always on the lookout for ways to streamline our work in Articulate Storyline. Last time, we gave you some tips ...
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Troubleshooting Spotlight: How Chrome 80 Affects AICC and SCORM

The digital world we live in is fast-paced and ever-changing. Sometimes, old standards get left by the wayside while tech companies forge a new, better path forward. ...
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eLearning: Why it’s ALWAYS a Good Idea

Three years ago with the help of YouTube I disassembled our front-loading washing machine to replace the door boot. I had nothing to lose. If all went well, I spent $50 ...
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Diving in with Immersive Learning

When you try to make a learning module immersive you are trying to make it true to life. The more elements of realism you can add, the more immersed the learner will be.
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