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5 Tips To Increase Your eLearning Productivity

5 Tips To Increase Your eLearning ProductivityIn this article, I will share 5 tips that can help you increase your eLearning productivity today. As they say, there’s no time like the present. So, why not use these eLearning productivity tips and tricks to start making every eLearning design and development moment count when creating eLearning.

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Docebo in Training Industry’s Learning Portal Companies Watch List

Docebo on Training Industry WatchListIt’s been a whirlwind of a week at Docebo – in a good way – within days of having been named on the shortlist of this year’s E-Learning Age Awards for ‘best learning management system (LMS) implementation’ (we’re ecstatic about that!) we’ve also just been named on the 2014 Learning Portal Companies Watch List.

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Infographic: Employee Awareness of Company policies

Company Policy TrainingIn any company, no matter how big, at a certain point you will have surely experienced the task of learning all of the company’s policies. What might seem boring and time wasting, is an important part of any employee training with important consequences for the company and employee.

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Docebo and Autodesk project shortlisted for E-Learning Awards

Elearning  Age awardWe’re happy to announce that Docebo Learning Management System – along with Engage and Autodesk – have just been shortlisted for one of this year’s prestigious E-Learning Age Awards (UK). You can download the full shortlist here.

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Gamification Resources

GamificationSince before Docebo version 6.3 with its Gamification app was released a few months back, our internal elearning experts have been putting out articles on the topic to help users and others in the elearning community come to grips with Gamification and its application in the workplace.

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Infographic: Elearning and Gamification

Infographic: Elearning & GamificationEarlier this year at Docebo we started planning the new LMS features that we wanted to include in upcoming releases – one of these being Gamification. Since then it seems to be on every elearning expert’s blog, and every elearning software provider is receiving tons of questions like: “Hey, I like your LMS, but do you have badges?” or “Yeah! Your gamification app is super cool – where can I check my company leader board?”

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Mobile Learning: fast & furious

Mobile learning: Fast & FuriousWhen it comes to Mobile Learning it’s “ride or die”. Evidence suggests that organizations that do not adopt enterprise mobility solutions will go the way of the Dodo. There is no better time than NOW to become a truly Mobile Enterprise.

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The merging of Informal and Mobile Learning

mobile and informal learning In this blog post we would like to combine two topics: the recent trends in the use of mobile technologies for learning purposes, and the engagement of adult learners in informal learning. We would like to suggest that these two trends are merging, and at this point that I would ask: is it possible to engage people in mobile learning projects without pushing informal learning?

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Why learners love (or hate) their LMS

love or hate LMSThe fact that million of users are using some kind of learning technology/ies doesn’t necessarily mean that they like them! The truth is that contrary to the trend we’re seeing in the rise in the adoption of MOOCs, there is also a notable MOOCs drop out.

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Reduce costs & increase the ROI of learning with modularization

learning with modularizationLet’s start this post by examining learning and development. It’s a fact that employees want to develop and managers want to develop them too, and that managers also want to retain employees. The issue we are seeing however is that sometimes employees don’t know what to do and often when it comes to training, employees don’t know how to apply what they’ve learned.

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