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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 the Magic Triangle: Aligning Learning Objectives, Training Activities and Assessment Methods

The Magic Triangle represents the relationship between Learning Objectives, Learning Activities and Learning Assessment. If these three components are built with the intention of interdependence, then teaching and learning are greatly enhanced and superior outcomes are achieved. 

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What is a Learning Design System?

A Learning Design System (LDS) is a platform that automates and streamlines the instructional design process. Best practices in adult learning theory are baked into the system to empower training departments to create high quality training in a scalable way. By focusing on the front-end of...

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Synapse Features: Project Tagging to Make You an Organization Superhero

As a learning and development professional, you juggle a lot of demands and a lot of stakeholders. Keeping your training projects running on time can be overwhelming. Deadlines loom, new projects get approved, and it's easy to feel lost in a sea of projects and tasks. That's why our latest...

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What is Instructional Design?

Instructional design is the practice of systematically designing, developing and delivering learning experiences. The intended result is the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills. These learning experiences could include online courses, instructional manuals, video tutorials,...

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What is Bloom's Taxonomy?

Bloom’s taxonomy is a set of three hierarchical models used to classify educational learning objectives into levels of complexity and specificity. The models organize learning objectives into three different domains: Cognitive, Affective and Sensory/Psychomotor.  

 

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