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PokéGONE – A lesson in the attention span of humans

If, like me, you had rather mixed feelings about Pokémon Go but couldn’t escape the buzz that surrounded the game’s release, you may have noticed that buzz is already gone. It has died a sudden and silent death. The game is still making money, it’s still being played heavily and it’s bolstered Nintendo’s shares by over 25%. So why have we all stopped talking about it so swiftly? There’s a pedagogical lesson about the evolution (or more accurately, devolution) of the human attention span here, and I want to talk about it.

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Compliance training, the biggest challenges we face

When it comes to compliance training, we're faced with a complex set of challenges that range from securing budget to the way our learners see mandatory training. Clearly, delivering quality training to a diverse workforce has never been more difficult. So what can we do? Well, we think identifying and acknowledging the problems early on is one of the best places to start. Here we share some of the most commonly mentioned compliance based challenged L&D departments face in 2016, and also show you some key ways you can start to overcome them.

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How to find your flow in e-learning– Smart ways to increase learner engagement

We all want our e-learning to be successful and deliver results, and in order for that to happen you must capture the hearts and minds of your employees too. Today we’re going to explore some of the key components of e-learning design that will grasp your learners’ full attention by helping them find their flow. A state of flow will foster an optimum emotional state where they are able to truly connect with your training, generating full focus and an immersive, engaging learning experience.

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The anatomy of mandatory training that gets results

Compliance training is important. It’s a key function in most L&D departments, and for good reason too. Deliver it badly and it could cost your organisation dearly in legal fees down the line. So it’s vital to protect yourself, and nothing ensures high knowledge retention better than high quality training. So, it’s time to get smarter with your compliance strategy. But what composition does your mandatory training really need to make it work for your learners and your business?

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E-learning compliance Flatpacks – FAQs

Our new off-the-shelf e-learning Flatpacks will guarantee compliance standards are met in your organisation, whilst delivering learning that’s engaging, modern and truly cost-effective. But with any new product always comes a lot of queries. So, we’re answering all your questions to help you gain a better understanding of the key features and benefits of our e-learning Flatpacks.

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What makes us human and what it means for future L&D propositions

What makes us as people tick? What drives our behavioural patterns and instigates action? And how can we, as L&D professionals, tap into what makes us human to drive a more successful learning strategy that utilises modern, digital technology?

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Mind Click officially launches off-the-shelf compliance e-learning modules

Mind Click, Silver winners of the E-learning Development Company of the Year award 2015, today announce the official launch of their latest innovation: their off-the-shelf compliance e-learning modules built in Articulate Storyline 2. And for a short time all ten modules will be available for only £10,000.

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Google to kill Flash support. Is this the end for Flash e-learning?

Earlier this month Google announced that they would be altering the way they support Flash in Chrome, by delivering a new ‘HTML5 by default’ policy. This means that every website (barring a whitelisted ten which include YouTube) will use HTML5 as the default, and only use Flash when there are no alternative options. Faster internet browsing and better user experience are Google’s goals. But these changes don’t just impact Chrome; they naturally have an impact on the internet of things, which your e-learning inevitably falls into. But does this mean Google is destroying your ability to deliver Flash-based e-learning well?

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