It is with great sadness we announce that LBM founder and owner Tim Bobo passed away on Friday, May 12, 2023, after a hard (and often silent) battle with cancer. For 23 years, Tim and his team brought resounding…
Jeopardy, MythBusters, trivia games, Words with Friends, Duolingo, Comedy Defensive Driving courses, and eLearning gamification… What do they have in common? They all bring fun to learning, which engages the audience and makes content memorable.
SharpSpring is a complete sales and marketing automation platform that is very powerful, user friendly, and affordable for any organization. We recently became a reseller of the SharpSpring platform, which allows us to sell it at a discounted rate and provide our clients custom support as needed.
When an organization invests resources to roll out training, it’s a huge disappointment when the audience feedback consists of eye rolls, complaints, and the indifferent “meh.” Throughout our 20 years in custom eLearning development, we have seen the best and worst of what the industry has to offer.
When and How to Use a Bite-Sized Training Strategy
Do you ever feel like the rope in tug-of-war, being pulled by things vying for your attention? Chances are you do, and so does your training audience.
Why would a company publish a listing of its competitors? For starters, we simply could not find an online directory of custom eLearning companies in Texas. Clients deserve to make informed decisions.
After 20 years of talking with all types of clients, we realize many have one thing in common: Few are completely happy with their off-the-shelf LMS software… at least not for long. Here are some limitations of off-the-shelf Learning Management Systems that most often lead to disappointment.
We have a saying at Left Brain Media: “People like two types of writing: good writing and their own writing.” All of us, including professional writers, have blind spots when it comes to our own work. As a reminder to ourselves and to help others, our instructional designers put together this list of tips for writing eLearning scripts.
Earlier, we shared a checklist to follow when writing an eLearning RFP to ensure realistic quotes. But once your project is underway, you need to be aware of traps that could lead to eLearning scope creep.
As we continue our two-part series detailing the steps of the eLearning development process, we shift our focus to media development.
Many efforts get key steps of the eLearning development process wrong, yet having the right approach is vital to the success of your project.
How do you correctly scope an eLearning project? In the last twenty years, we have estimated and bid a lot of eLearning projects. Correctly scoping a project is key to a project’s success.
In this article, we introduce the common phases of traditional eLearning development. As we look at each phase, we will also provide some general scoping recommendations as you consider the eLearning course budget. Next, we will briefly highlight some alternative approaches to both eLearning and eLearning development.
Let’s step back for a bit and think of eLearning as a whole. How is the world doing with eLearning? Is it making progress the way it should?
There are many Learning Management Systems on the market, and their prices and functionality vary greatly. The courses Left Brain Media develops work with any modern LMS. If you are exploring your options, the list of Learning Management Systems we compiled will be especially helpful.
So what are some of the common mistakes eLearning development mistakes that kill the potential positive impact? They all can be summarized in a single statement: “You don’t know what you don’t know.”
Symbolic links to directories are handy tools to have on your Linux server. Let’s look at how you can create symbolic links to directories in just five steps.
I am impressed at how much Steve Jobs was involved in UI design. It makes sense that Apple initially had some big application development problems after he passed away. I was glad to see when they regained their footing, at least most of the time.
This is still one of our favorites from The Oatmeal. Read, in cartoon form, the progression of a website project from hell. For more information on website design, check out this article on website design services by DesignRush.
This article by Ryan McAfee on Pond 5 has a ton of content and is a great resource for beginners.
No matter how qualified and competent employees are, there will always be a need for training. Whenever a company introduces a new product or service, implements a new business process or software application, modifies its structure or goals, or seeks to make improvements in overall operations, training is critical. The question is, “Which method of training yields the best results?”
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