Implementing an LMS in a Healthcare Organization

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Implementing an LMS in a Healthcare Organization
How to implement an LMS in an organisation with various training needs? Read our article about LMS in the Healthcare Organisation
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Subscribe and get unlimited access to our fresh, new templates for Storyline, Captivate, Lectora, PowerPoint, Snap, iSpring, and both Presenter programs.
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Webinars – History and Trends - CollectMyThoughts

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Webinars – History and Trends - CollectMyThoughts
Webinars have evolved over the years from basic video conferencing software to powerful and engaging tools that can be accessed from any mobile device connected to the Internet. Companies can use them to build up their brands, engage with customers and sell their products and services. They can also be used as a cost-effective training tool for employees, amongst many …
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How To Create eLearning That Sticks With You - eLearning Brothers

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How To Create eLearning That Sticks With You - eLearning Brothers
Follow this post to learn how to create eLearning that sticks. These are the principles that are vital to developing rock star eLearning.
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Getting Started With Working Out Loud

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Getting Started With Working Out Loud
This post is triggered by a question a colleague asked me yesterday. I happened to mention "working out loud" as a practice that is fundamental to social and collaborative learning, and drew a completely blank stare. Read on...
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5 Ways to reduce costs of corporate training

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5 Ways to reduce costs of corporate training
Every L&D professional will need to look at ways to reduce training costs without compromising training quality. Here are some tips on how to do just that:
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4 amazing UX lessons learned from Disney

By RozBahrami on from www.itbusiness.ca

4 amazing UX lessons learned from Disney
How does a company that is much smaller than Disney manage to engage user creativity? Here are four ideas you can take from Disney and develop into your own products.
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Is unconscious bias really affecting women in STEM?

By marshalls on from www.marshallacm.co.uk

Up until A levels, the number of girls and boys taking STEM subjects is equal. This begins to change however, with the gap widening the further along the academic pathway until only around only 13% end up working in STEM. For those that choose an academic pathway, only 43% of science undergraduates are women with only 10% going on to become professors.
So why is this the case?
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