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Christopher Pappas
Christopher Pappas is founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, which is the largest online community of professionals involved in the eLearning Industry. Christopher holds an MBA, and an MEd (Learning Design) from BGSU.
Christopher Pappas is founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, which is the largest online community of professionals involved in the eLearning Industry. Christopher holds an MBA, and an MEd (Learning Design) from BGSU.


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7 Tips For Developing An Effective Mentorship Online Training Program +eLearning Industry 

Experience is one of the most valuable assets your company has, and senior employees have it in spades. But how they can share the wealth in order to boost the productivity of your organization? In this article, I'll discuss how to develop an effective mentorship online training program for your organization.

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6 Tips To Conduct A Successful eLearning Brainstorming Session +eLearning Industry 

You never know what brilliant ideas are going to pop up during an #eLearning #brainstorming session, which is why they are such an integral part of the eLearning Project's kickoff meeting. In this article, I'll share 6 tips for conducting a successful brainstorming session with your eLearning team.

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6 Tips To Get A Head Start On Your Next Rapid eLearning Project +eLearning Industry 

Your next rapid #eLearning project is just around the corner, and you know that time will be of the essence. But is there anything you do NOW to get a head start? In this article, I'll offer 6 tips that will help you prepare for your rapid eLearning course in order to beat the clock and increase productivity.

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Applying The Path-Goal Theory In Leadership Online Training Courses +eLearning Industry 

Your supervisors, managers, and department heads are the cornerstones of your organization. They provide support and guidance for your staff and ensure that their performance is on-point. The million dollar question is: Are you offering them the support and guidance they need through your online training program? In this article, I'll discuss how to apply the path-goal theory in your leadership online training initiatives by discussing leadership roles, types, and variables.

#Leadership #OnlineTraining #Goal #PathGoal

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10 Cloud-Based Learning Management Systems For Small Business #Training +eLearning Industry 

In the past, employee training necessitated the hiring of training experts to deliver face-to-face seminars, which proved to be costly, especially for small businesses. Furthermore, employees involved in training must be taken away from their assigned jobs, which can lead to disruptions in the services your company provides, which only serves to add to the cost of the training. Here are 10 cloud-based Learning Management Systems that will significantly reduce your small business training’s cost.

#Cloud #CloudLMS #LMS #LearningManagementSystem

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Building An #InstructionalDesign #Portfolio: Layout, What To Include And 3 Useful Tips +eLearning Industry 

An Instructional Design portfolio provides a snapshot of your eLearning experience, talents, and work history. Despite the fact that it's a must-have tool for Instructional Designers, knowing what to include and how to format can be quite challenging. In this article, I'll cover all of the Instructional Design portfolio basics that you need to know.

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Developing #Learner #Prototypes For #Corporate #eLearning: The Ultimate #Guide +eLearning Industry 

Are you ready to take your audience research to a whole new level? In this article, I'll share 5 tips and 3 benefits of developing learner prototypes in order to design customized online training experiences for your employees.

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Social Learning Vs Informal Learning: Can You Tell The Difference? +eLearning Industry 

Learning can happen anytime, anywhere, with those around us serving as invaluable sources of inspiration, experience, and knowledge. In many respects, the world is our teacher, but we must be aware of how to tap into the educational opportunities it can offer. Both social and informal learning models are rooted in this ideology. In this article, I’ll delve into the differences between Social Learning and Informal Learning, and share tips on how to use both in eLearning.

#SocialLearning #InformalLearning #Learning #eLearning

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5 Steps Towards Empathic Instructional Design In Online Training +eLearning Industry 

Putting yourself in the role of the corporate learner gives you the ability to sympathize with their needs and understand their motivations. This involves a healthy dose of good old-fashioned empathy. In this article, I’ll explore the Empathic Instructional Design process, which allows you to create learner-centric online training that focuses on the feelings and perspectives of your corporate audience.

#Empathic #InstructionalDesign #OnlineTraining #eLearning

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Microlearning In Online Training: 5 Advantages And 3 Disadvantages +eLearning Industry 

There are times when "bite-sized" is better, and corporate learners only need small amounts of information to tackle everyday challenges. In this article, I'll explore the 5 advantages and 3 disadvantages of microlearning in online training, which breaks knowledge down into easily digestible units or modules.

#Microlearning #OnlineTraining #eLearning
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