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The Psychology of Learning

Mr. X is adesigner in a well-known custom content development firm, who has a very important task at hand: To create a rapid eLearning course for the employees of a multinational company. 953 more words

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New RedVector Series: Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

RedVector is happy to announce the launch of a brand new mobile-ready eLearning series on Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)!  This is a 4-course series with approximately 2-hours of content.   188 more words

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New RedVector Course: R&D Waste Management

RedVector is happy to announce the launch of a brand new mobile-ready eLearning course!

This RedVector course is structured to provide a general overview of waste streams that can be generated in a research and development (R & D) laboratory. 208 more words

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Online Training: A Competitive Edge For The Pharmaceutical Industry

The focused business environment of the Pharmaceutical Industry continually shows signs of change. Organizations are forced to manufacture new products in this ever-changing environment. New organizations, affiliations and activities are ceaselessly being conceived. 483 more words

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The Retail Industry - Dealing with Mayhem behind the Scenes

Picture this: A plush retail outlet – well stocked and clean; friendly staff; soft, soothing music playing in the background; happy customers who walk down well-organized aisles; beaming cashiers who expertly handle transactions – an outlet that runs like a well-oiled machine.  492 more words

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Why Is a Good Visual Strategy So Important in E-learning Design

Effective visual design strategy is imperative to develop a good online course. Lets see how visualization will have a great impact on learning.

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Don’t Choose – Just Sit on the Fence

Organizations are faced with a new dilemma – classroom training or eLearning? Or is there something between?

eLearning: Statistics from the 2014 Training Industry Report state that as of 2014 – 77% of US companies used online training and that a further 44% of those who were using classroom training planned to migrate to eLearning [1]; The global eLearning market is steadily on the rise and analysts forecast the e-Learning market in the US will grow at a CAGR of 5.53 percent over the period 2013-2018 [2]. 722 more words

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