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Why You Should Use Video in eLearning

eo has always been popular – it killed the radio star after all. And it does not look like we are going to fall out of love for it anytime soon. YouTube has four billion views per day; we now have video based social media platforms like TikTok; we communicate through video platforms like Zoom

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Kuka Studios

What is Asynchronous Learning?

Elearning seems to be the preferred method for training and educating people in the modern age –  even more so because of the events of the COVID-19 pandemic, where many had to leave their offices or lecture halls and remain at home. Aside from the lockdowns, eLearning provides learners with the flexibility and control that

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Kathleen

What is Microlearning?

What do you think of when someone mentions learning or training courses? A mass amount of reading materials? Endless lectures? Role-playing? That can be perceived as a circle of hell for some people. What if there was a way that you can learn or train that did not involve chaining yourself to a desk? Let

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Kuka Studios

What is eLearning Gamification?

For many of us, when someone talks about eLearning, it conjures up images of reading lots of text slides, pull down menus and multiple-choice assessments – to be honest, it all sounds rather dull. But eLearning does not have to be that way – what if it was more like a game? What does eLearning

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Kuka Studios

How Storytelling can Improve your eLearning

We love stories – have done for centuries. Storytelling has been a part of human culture for literally thousands of years: from the early cave paintings to works of literature that create new worlds and languages. Even today, where technology has enabled us to have a constant stream of information in the palm of our

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Kuka Studios

What do you need to know before you build a course?

So you want to build a course…where do you start? It doesn’t matter whether it’s a face-to-face workshop, or an elearning course, the route to success is the same… 1. What are you trying to teach them? Setting your learning objectives has to be the first step, but it’s one that people often skip, or

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How to make eLearning accessible for all

We can all agree that the last two years have been challenging for everyone.  For some the biggest test was the adjustment to working from home. Although people can now return to the office, many companies have decided to keep their staff working remotely. Now that spare bedroom (or shed) became the office, it also

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Tailoring assessments to different learning styles

We’ve all experienced the drudgery of predictable eLearning, with its repetitive ‘module, then test’, ‘module, then test’ structure; and some of you have probably ‘beaten the system’ by writing down key points, or taking screen shots to sneak your way to a pass mark at the end. We even heard a story recently of a

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De jargoning eLearning for newcomers

A client came to us recently with a requirement for some training; an eLearning requirement, as it turned out, due to their widespread workforce who have a variety of shift patterns and availability. eLearning, you say – great – let’s talk about time to competency, performance support, validation of knowledge and a whole host of

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How can we support informal learning?

If you needed to find out how to perform a simple task, like tie a tie, or check the oil level in your car, where would you look for instructions? More and more, the answer to these ‘just in time’ needs is becoming YouTube or Google – which are essentially methods of informal learning. You

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3 Things you can’t control about your eLearners

The widespread growth of eLearning has changed the way we learn in many respects. While we may have a say in what we are teaching online, there are some aspects of an individual’s learning experience which we simply can’t control. Here are a few ways to help shape your eLearning to accommodate today’s busy learners.

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Three Ways to Refresh Your Organisation’s Learning Approach

We are all guilty of getting stuck in routines or ruts; at Kuka, we’ve found that this is often true of organisations and their approach to learning. It’s easy for us to keep doing something a certain way because ‘that’s how we’ve always done it’ or because it’s the path of least resistance. Here are

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