The Best of e-Learning in February 2015


Ah February… It’s a month full of love, chocolates and—if you live in much of North America—wishing the groundhog had been wrong. Why must he always predict six more weeks of winter? Chase away those winter blues with the best e-Learning articles of the month. And if you live somewhere warm, be thankful!

  1. Emerging Roles Of The Learning Designer
  2. “Right now, before our very eyes, the world of workplace learning is shifting. We find ourselves in a convergence of technological, cultural and workplace transformations—a perfect storm,” says Connie Malamed in this article.
  3. Pop Quiz: How to Create Unique Assessments
  4. Assessments are a crucial part of the learning process, and you certainly don’t want them to be boring! Read this post now to learn how to create unique assessments.
  5. Expanding Interaction Templates From Single to Multiple Pages in Lectora
  6. Save tons of development time with this helpful how-to blog from the eLearning Brothers! This article shows you how to create a multi-page tab interaction.
  7. The e-Learning Purchasing Guide
  8. Just starting an e-Learning program? This article from talks about the different tools you’ll need to develop and deploy online training.
  9. The future of work: better decisions supported by computers and professionals
  10. Ross Dawson, leading futurist and closing keynote speaker at the 2015 Lectora® User Conference this April, discusses how decisions need to be made with a combination of data and the human touch—something that applies to many industries, including e-Learning.
  11. 3 Things We Love About e-Learning
  12. Need a little pick-me-up? Sometimes you might feel bogged down by the more repetitive parts of building an online course, but this post reminds you of the great things about the e-Learning industry.
  13. Nashville Notes: LUC 2015 at the Music City Center
  14. Why did we pick Nashville’s Music City Center to be the home of this year’s Lectora User Conference? Read this and find out!
  15. Browser Detection with Lectora
  16. This article by Sergey Snegirev of BranchTrack shows you how to add code that will detect what browser your learners are using.
  17. 70:20:10 and the Learning Curve
  18. Clark Quinn discusses learning models, including 70:20:10 in this thought-provoking article on learning.
  19. The L&D skills gap on #Ozlearn chat
  20. In this article, Donald H Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute and upcoming keynote speaker at the 2015 Lectora User Conference, discusses the skills gap among learning and development professionals.

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