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What Is Crowdsourced Learning?

Crowdsourced learning is learning content requested, developed, and delivered by a group of individuals not normally tasked with creating learning content. 

 

Crowdsourced learning need not be sourced from a specific set of designated learning and development professionals or instructional...

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10 Reasons Crowdsourcing Training Needs to Be Part of Your L&D Strategy

Using crowdsourcing techniques and technology in your corporate training program can help you improve employee engagement, increase job satisfaction and lower turnover. Not only that, it will ensure you are delivering the results that your stakeholders are looking for.

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What Is a Learning Objective?

A learning objective describes what learners should know or be able to do at the end of the course that they couldn't do before.

 

A learning objective should clearly define the expected outcome of a course in terms of demonstrable skills or knowledge that will be acquired by the learner as a...

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7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Business with a Learning Design System

Among the key factors that are core to the success of any business endeavour is the growth and development of their employees. There is no debate that learning is a major building block for the growth and development of employees.

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What is Mobile Learning?

Mobile learning, or m-learning, is the delivery of learning content via any endpoint of the user's choosing. Mobile learning is convenient, as it is available anytime, anywhere: courses can be accessed via smartphone, tablet, laptop, or any other device.

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What is Design Thinking?

Design thinking is a process which focuses on the user, challenges assumptions, and redefines problems in an attempt to identify alternative strategies and solutions that might not be instantly apparent with an initial level of understanding. 

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