Learning Management Systems

Learning Management System is a powerful tool to help organizations streamline, create, deliver and track and organize all kinds of training and talent development. Make sure to stay ahead of the curve in terms of learning management system technology or industry trends.

2017 eLearning Trends: Micro Learning

Micro Learning is a term that has now been around for at least a few years, but it is also one expected to gain ground in 2017. The concept is generally used to describe any type of learning, but especially eLearning, that breaks down the learning experience into small and easily consumable bits. Download our free presentation on MicrolearningHow to make a long story short. A piece of information that can be conveyed in a minute-long video or a new skill that can be acquired by playing an interactive game for just a few minutes would both be examples of micro learning. In this post, we explore what micro learning is, why it is become more popular, and how it is expected to impact eLearning in 2017. Continue reading

Leap ahead with eLeaP Learning Management System – LMS

Here are some facts to ponder.

96% of users admit that their LMS affects their ability to track learner progress, positively.

55% of LMS users use a cloud-based system for advantages of faster implementation, and the ability to access the system remotely.

Only 9% of users say that their organization accesses its LMS with a smartphone.

The market for LMS software will reach $11 billion globally by 2020 Continue reading

3 Ways to Engage and Train Interns

Over the past decade, internships have continued to gain popularity. The National Association of College of Universities 2015 survey reported that over 60% of students now complete at least one internship while completing their degrees. While students often consider internships a great way to gain job skills while still in school, for employers, interns can pose notable challenges and even risks. Continue reading

Update on VR’s Education/Training Applications

Over the past twenty-four months, eLeap has reported on the many ways that virtual reality (VR) promises to transform education and training now and in the near future. Among other applications, VR promises to put learners into situations that would otherwise remain inaccessible (let’s say, Ancient Greece) or too dangerous  to replicate (let’s say, a Ebola outbreak). But what is the current status of VR?  Continue reading

How to Foster the Learning Mindset

When it comes to training and development, most employers focus on immediate concerns—for example, ensuring their employees have the knowledge and skills needed to stay in compliance. Training and development, however, are about much more than ensuring employees can do the job at hand. On a broader level, training and development are about promoting what Dr. Carol Dweck, a Stanford University psychology professor and author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, calls the “learning mindset.”  Continue reading

Leveraging Your LMS for Extended Enterprise

Over the past decade, we’ve rapidly moved from onsite workshops and paper manuals to elearning and mlearning. The advantages of adopting a learning management system for training are obvious. LMSs make trainee testing, training administration, content creation, social learning and gamification easier and more affordable. More importantly, there’s a growing body of research that suggests money invested in training nearly always results in a strong return. After all, effective training reduces employee attrition, reduces employee errors and subsequently, reduces the cost of hiring and training new employees down the line. Continue reading

Protecting Eyes on the Job

Each day a staggering 2000 American workers experience a job-related eye injury. A third of eye injuries are  treated in hospital. In addition, a high percentage of these injuries result in workers taking one or more days off work to recover. It is no surprise then that the U.S. Department of Labor reports that eye injuries come at a high price, costing business over $300 million per year due to lost productivity, medical expenses, and workers compensation. Continue reading

How to Protect Workers from Asbestos

Despite the fact that asbestos has been known and used by humans for thousands of years and as early as 100 AD, there are written reports about the link between asbestos and illness, for much of the twentieth century, asbestos was used in myriad of products from clothing to construction materials. A shortlist of products where asbestos was prevalent in the twentieth century includes the following: firewalls, fire blankets, brakes, dental cast linings, vinyl floors, stage curtains, gas mask filters and wine filters. What this means is that asbestos, which we now know to be an Continue reading

PayPal Demonstrates How to Be an LGBT Ally

On Monday, PayPal became the first but likely not the last company to pull its financial interest out of North Carolina in the wake of the state’s decision to establish laws that will severely restrict the rights of its gay, lesbian, transgender and gender non-conforming citizens. The PayPal announcement came as a huge blow to the state and especially the city of Charlotte. In mid March, PayPal announced plans to expand to Charlotte and bring an estimated 400 jobs to the city. With the state’s new Continue reading