Three Ways to Refresh Your Organisation’s Learning Approach

on December 17, 2014 improve your elearning with 0 comments

We are all guilty of getting stuck in routines or ruts; at Ignite, we’ve found that this is often true of organisations and their approach to learning. It’s easy for us to keep doing something a certain way because ‘that’s how we’ve always done it’ or because it’s the path of least resistance. Here are […]

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3 Things you can’t control about your eLearners

on May 7, 2014 help the learner with 0 comments

The widespread growth of eLearning has changed the way we learn in many respects. While we may have a say in what we are teaching online, there are some aspects of an individual’s learning experience which we simply can’t control. Here are a few ways to help shape your eLearning to accommodate today’s busy learners. […]

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How can we support informal learning?

on May 5, 2014 tailored eLearning with 0 comments

If you needed to find out how to perform a simple task, like tie a tie, or check the oil level in your car, where would you look for instructions? More and more, the answer to these ‘just in time’ needs is becoming YouTube or Google – which are essentially methods of informal learning. You […]

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De jargoning eLearning for newcomers

on April 29, 2014 tailored eLearning with 0 comments

A client came to us recently with a requirement for some training; an eLearning requirement, as it turned out, due to their widespread workforce who have a variety of shift patterns and availability. eLearning, you say – great – let’s talk about time to competency, performance support, validation of knowledge and a whole host of […]

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Tailoring assessments to different learning styles

on April 21, 2014 assessment with 0 comments

We’ve all experienced the drudgery of predictable eLearning, with its repetitive ‘module, then test’, ‘module, then test’ structure; and some of you have probably ‘beaten the system’ by writing down key points, or taking screen shots to sneak your way to a pass mark at the end. We even heard a story recently of a […]

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