How To Make eLearning More Learner-Centric

As learning professionals, we need to focus on the learners and make sure our eLearning is learner-centric. Why? For starters, it’s the timely thing to do. Across the tech landscape, developers are using design thinking to increase usability and make intuitive tools for users; transferring that trend to eLearning is the logical move. Second, learner-centric […]

A Safe Space for Failure: eLearning that Changes Behavior

Most learning professionals are familiar with the 70/20/10 model. The theory — offered in the 1980s by researchers Morgan McCall, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert A. Eichinger — suggests that 70 percent of the average person’s knowledge is learned and retained when doing something. Why, then, does our industry often reduce learners to passive observers? […]

Closing the Performance Gap through Needs Analysis

When a performance gap is identified, a critical error that professionals often make is to automatically assume that it’s a training issue. As a company that focuses on training, even we can admit that training isn’t always the answer. To properly address a problem, it’s important to identify the root cause. To do so, you […]

Augmented Reality Demonstration

 In anticipation of the current learning landscape, our multimedia team has been building and testing augmented reality tools for years. It’s time. It’s here. Augmented reality combines digital media with what’s going on in an environment. AR can be an extremely accessible learning tool because, rather than create a new virtual world, it uses […]

AR/VR: What’s the difference for learning?

Walking into a building destroyed by fire to assess and record damages. Performing heart surgery. Properly disposing of hazardous materials. Besides making your heart race, these activities have another thing in common: they’re difficult to convert into eLearning or webinars. How do you train for high-risk situations without putting your employees at risk? Introducing your […]

Train your Channel Partners to Increase Revenue

Your channel partners and distributors hit the front lines every day to represent your brand and your product, but they’re often put on the back burner when it comes to training. If you want to increase your sales and help your partners sell more, you might want to reconsider your training approach. Do you offer […]

Roundtable Recognized for Outstanding Content Development

Training Industry, one of the most trusted sources of learning and development information, has once again recognized Roundtable Learning for its contributions to the industry.  Roundtable Learning was recognized for outstanding content development and named one of only 18 companies to watch in 2018. Selection for the Content Development list was based on: Industry visibility, […]

Can We Agree on Microlearning?

One thing everyone in the learning and development industry seems to agree on is that there is no clear definition of microlearning. We can’t define microlearning by a number of minutes, or lack thereof. We can’t define it by the content it presents. We can’t even define it by the delivery method. So, what can […]