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What Is Extended Enterprise, and How Can mLearning Help?

A lot of articles have been written explaining the benefits and opportunities that mLearning offers companies looking to train their workforce. But a company is more than just its employees—it’s also its partners, suppliers, vendors, clients, and customers. This non-employee external audience is called your “extended enterprise,” and mLearning provides the capability to disseminate knowledge and training, grow branding, and

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How to Create Great Microlearning Content

Microlearning is one of the biggest trends in all of educational technology—and for good reason. When designed correctly, the short, bite-sized chunks of information provide ample opportunity for learning, skill development, and knowledge retention. But what is microlearning? Microlearning is a learning strategy that offers short, task- or goal-oriented content that is focused on a specific topic, skill, or learning goal

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eLearning, mLearning, and Microlearning Breakdown

In broad terms, education technology has been around since the dawn of education. Things like the abacus, blackboards, and books have been used to teach for over a millennium. But with the recent (historically) explosion of technological advancements, education technology has moved into the digital era along with all of us. Based on landmark theories in pedagogy and learning, eLearning—or

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Educational Technology Glossary

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z A ADDIE (Analysis Design Development Implementation Evaluation) Design model/guideline used by instructional designers and training developers for building effective training and performance support tools. ADDIE is a five-step process that is intended to ensure accuracy and relevance of content, popular in academics and traditional

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TTMWL: Episode 3 — “What’s the Difference Between a Learning Culture, Training Culture, and Training System?” with LDRM’s Doris Tempelmeyer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dojIykNYlfs Training the Modern Workforce Live is a weekly show discussing training and talent development solutions and best practices. Hosted by Allogy CEO Colin Forward, each episode features an informative conversation with a prominent guest in the training world. Watch the full video interview above, listen on any of the platforms below, or continue reading to see the full transcript

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TTMWL: Episode 2 — “Change Management and How It Relates to Training & Development” with Allogy’s Derek Lawrence

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7F_44Dy03c Training the Modern Workforce Live is a weekly show discussing training and talent development solutions and best practices. Hosted by Allogy CEO Colin Forward, each episode features an informative conversation with a prominent guest in the training world. Watch the full video interview above, listen on any of the platforms below, or continue reading to see the full transcript

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Optimizing Your Training Content to Your Delivery Method

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qags0BqjVbM Once you’ve chosen a training delivery method, it’s time to start on your training content. This will depend heavily on the delivery platform, as each performs best with different types of content. In this article, we’ll break down the best practices for each delivery method option: Synchronous Plan and Outline Your Presentation If you’re using synchronous learning options (e.g.,

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Choosing the Right Remote Training Delivery Method

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwlZc9rYarA&t=1s The success of your remote training depends not only on your content but also on the efficacy of your content delivery. There are benefits and limitations to each remote training delivery system, so it’s imperative to understand your training goals as well as your employees’ preferences and learning methods in order to choose the most effective remote training delivery

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The name “Allogy” is a portmanteau of “All” and “logy” and means the study of all things. Born out of the Institute of Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida, Allogy is dedicated to utilizing technology for the pursuit of knowledge and lifelong learning.

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