Mobile Learning

You may have heard something like this: “We want to develop a series of eLearning modules. Learners should be able to access them on computers and mobile devices.” It’s true most rapid eLearning authoring tools, such as Captivate or Storyline, offer HTML5 publishing options which can make your eLearning module viewable on mobile devices. However, […]

eLearning

In a recent study conducted by TrainingIndustry.com, learning leaders cited the majority of organizations are increasing their use of virtual instructor led training, or VILT. This doesn’t surprise me as organizations can bring globally dispersed participants together to collaborate and learn without the cost of travel. VILT provides that human touch and real-time collaboration that […]

The Business of Learning

When I heard Learning and Performance Ecosystems would be the topic for May’s Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders, my curiosity was piqued. I’ve been reading about this concept since I first came across it a few years ago, and just recently I have seen much more discussion about it. I’m looking forward to the opportunity […]

eLearning

2015 was an excellent year for us: we turned 30, our events went well, we changed our name to Fredrickson Learning, and we put up this fancy new website. We have a lot to be thankful for because we made it through some big changes. Sure, they were self-imposed changes, but changes nonetheless. It’s a reminder that, to […]

eLearning

Why do some businesses pay to train their customers? Well, it turns out they can save lots of money this way, which the article expands upon. Here’s my favorite quote: “As customers educate themselves, they voluntarily absorb knowledge about other products and services (features, benefits and unique value proposition), without active involvement from the salesforce or […]

eLearning

Here’s a good LinkedIn post about important considerations for the visual design of eLearning. We employ many of these strategies in our own eLearning work at Fredrickson. I like the concept of ‘quiet’ design as a subtle way to make learning experiences memorable. 5 visual design strategies for learning experiences by Dorian Peters