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Corporate Training: The Enterprise Learning Framework

January 21, 2015

At PulseLearning, we often used the Bersin & Associates Enterprise Learning Framework® to help our clients think through the modern world of corporate training. As you can see, the framework has numerous channels and categories. Here we will give you a brief understanding of how the framework can be beneficial to you in your corporate […]

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Happy Holidays 2014

December 19, 2014

All the team at PulseLearning join in wishing you a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year! We would like to thank all our clients and partners for your continued support throughout 2014. We look forward to reaching new heights in 2015. We feel very fortunate that we are able to continue to do […]

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508 Compliance using Articulate Storyline

November 17, 2014
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Westpac, an Australian-based client, recently asked us to take a cultural awareness training course we previously built for them and make it 508 compliant. Section 508, an amendment to the United States Rehabilitation Act of 1973, is a federal law mandating that all electronic and information technology developed, procured and maintained be accessible to people with […]

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Learning Insights Blog

October 24, 2014

Over our 14 years of learning development, we have identified a number of learning insights that we here at PulseLearning hold dear. Often, these aspects are key to the success of a Client’s learning solution.   1. Avoid Content Overload: When content overload is a risk, we propose layering information into “need-to-know” and “nice-to-know” screens. […]

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Rethinking Training – Training As A Service

September 30, 2014

We need to look at our training through the eyes of a shifting market and evolve the parts that make the most business sense. This was the takeaway message I provided one of our global clients in a recent professional services engagement. A giant in the technology sector, this organization is known for forward-thinking training […]

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Top 10 eLearning Statistics for 2014 Infographic

September 26, 2014

The rise in eLearning’s popularity isn’t showing any signs of slowing. In fact, judging by the following Top 10 eLearning statistics for 2014, the future of the eLearning Industry is brighter than ever. Take a look at the Top 10 e-Learning Statistics for 2014 You Need To Know. Find more education infographics on e-Learning Infographics

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eLearning for the Mobile Generation

August 25, 2014

eLearning has grown in complexity due to the introduction of mobile devices and the growth in operating systems. With the increased demand for mobile learning, clients in turn need to understand the complexities and requirements involved in creating mobile learning courseware.     On the flip side, the rapid increase in the use of mobile […]

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Papers Please – Art… imitating life… imitating eLearning

August 25, 2014

Most of us in the business of eLearning design and development are already well aware of a rising trend in our industry known as “gamification.” For those out there who might not have heard the term before, gamification is the use of recreational game concepts, design and mechanics in a non-game context such as eLearning. […]

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Articulate Storyline Development Glitches

July 9, 2014

Rob Condon, Lead Media Specialist with PulseLearning came across a number of development glitches using the latest version of Articulate Storyline. Here he details them in a short blog post…….. Woolworths, one of our Australian-based Clients, recently asked us to develop an eLearning course (Site Access Control) using Articulate Storyline, their development tool of choice. […]

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Gamification is all the rage!

April 23, 2014

In this blog post written by Marcela Pineros, Senior Solution Architect with PulseLearning, we’ll define gamification and talk about what works, what doesn’t work, and what we’ve done with it at PulseLearning. First, let’s make sure we’re speaking the same language. We define gamification as a method of taking game dynamics and applying them to […]

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