We have so many reasons to appreciate our readers. You receive our emails, you read our posts, you give us feedback and suggestions for future work. You make what we do not only possible, but enjoyable. We published a blog post nearly every single week this year, but some outshone the others. These ten posts got the most traffic from our readers (they’re some of our favorites too).
Microlearning was one of the hottest trends of 2018, and will probably continue to be important throughout next year. We can tell, because this microlearning examples blog was your favorite post we did last year. The blog features some amazing examples of microlearning constructed by dominKnow along with takeaways from those examples in order to create effective microlearning modules on our own.
We love our client Dairy Queen, and we appreciate them for being so willing to speak to us about their training strategies. Franchises have a particularly difficult time when it comes to training due to joint employment concerns, but DQ’s LMS Admin has some amazing things to say about onboarding, franchisee training preferences, gamification, and more.
Check out this article to help understand how vendor onboarding helps with risk mitigation, some mistakes to avoid, and a beautiful infographic summing it all up.
If you haven’t yet, this article will help you brush up on some statistics and need-to-know facts in order to jump into 2019 ready to design your best corporate training strategy yet.
Even if you already know what an LMS is, this guide covers all you need to know when going into the LMS world, whether you’re trying to decide if you need an LMS or if you’re looking for a new one. If you need an understanding of how SCORM works, ideas of where to get content for your LMS, or what the different types of LMS implementation involve, this article is a good place to start.
If you think choosing an LMS is difficult and overwhelming, just wait until you get to the implementation. Implementation is a multi-factor, complicated task – and one that you should take into account during the buying process. Implementations can vary wildly, and understanding what you’re getting into is key. Follow our guide to understand the four types of implementation, resources you need, top reasons implementations fail, and more.
You guys must be interested in implementations, because two blog posts about implementation made the list this year. This one gathers all the advice we’ve gotten out of implementation horror stories we’ve heard from being in the industry. Basically, it spells out what can happen if you do the opposite of what our Ultimate Guide talks about. Don’t miss out on these six gems of wisdom if you haven’t already read them.
Some of your favorite things on our website are the things that help make your lives easier. And we love being able to help you out, which is why we try to put out as many checklists and templates as possible. An RFP is a confusing part of the LMS buying process, so it’s understandable why this was one of our most popular articles of 2018.
Some of us are in this industry because we love technology. Some of us are here because we love training, or some combination. But if you know more about training than technology, sometimes the technical aspects of the industry can be difficult to keep up with. So here’s some tips on how to understand what APIs are and what they can do for your elearning environment.
Let’s be real, training departments are not exactly the business area that gets the biggest budgets. Sometimes we’ve got to operate on pretty slim offerings. But don’t worry – there’s plenty out there to keep your courses beautiful and your collaboration smooth that won’t cost you a cent. It’s no wonder this was one of your favorite articles from last year, and because “free” doesn’t age, here it is again.