How To Be A Successful eLearner

Many professionals seek to be a ‘lifetime learners’ – and with good reason: Scientists have suggested that you need to keep your brain active in order to avoid mental decay. In fact, challenging your brain with mental exercise is believed to activate processes that help maintain individual brain cells and stimulate communication among them. Physiologically, […]

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Are your employees exposing your entity to cyberattacks?

Posted by Jim Nulsen on March 28, 2018 at 10:54 AM nspiring words from Edward J. Phelps, and certainly in some aspects of life, mistakes need to be made in order to learn and grow. Unfortunately, in the increasingly digitized world in which we live, when people make mistakes online, the things they create are usually very messy […]

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How Virtual Reality Is Changing Construction

Virtual reality is being used in the construction industry to improve design, safety and training, and to avoid costly overruns. While mainstream virtual reality is currently perceived as a tool for video games and entertainment purposes, developers and construction experts are finding practical applications for the technology in their field. Implementing virtual reality in construction […]

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5 Ways to Make eLearning More Relatable

One of the most distinct and unique advantages of eLearning is that, to varying degrees, it comes with a captive audience. Granted, some of that audience is obligated to participate in order to achieve mandated compliance, but it doesn’t change the fact that the learners are there, present and prepared to learn. And you likely […]

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Giving Training a Boost: New Tools to Enhance Your Learning Program

Often, there are times when learners need immediate help, such as when learning something for the first time, when trying to remember something, or when something goes awry. So employers need to have a few tricks up their sleeves in order to provide learners ‘just-in-time’ learning, meeting them where they are at their exact point […]

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How eLearning Analytics Generate Individualized, Prescribed Training Programs

An important – though often overlooked – component of instructional design and eLearning development is learning and adapting to the behavior of your learners through eLearning analytics. Big data and its technologies have become such a major factor driving eLearning and continuing education that 80 percent of large businesses and 63 percent of smaller businesses […]

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National Engineers Week Celebrates a Bright Future Ahead with New Technology, Training and Industry Advancements

National Engineers Week is just around the corner, kicking off February 18–24, 2018. Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, National Engineers Week ‘is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.’ According to the NSPE, Engineers Week is […]

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How to prevent injuries in the workplace

BY: BRIAN HARTZ | TAMPA BAY EDITOR February 09, 2018 Slow down. Think. Assess. Ask questions. Dan Johnson, managing partner of SFI Compliance Inc., says such actions can be critical to avoiding serious, even fatal, accidents on the job. Johnson is a certified safety professional and author of course material for Tampa-based Vector Solutions’ RedVector brand. […]

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Movers & Shakers

Gov. Rick Scott has appointed Les Muma to the University of South Florida’s board of trustees, along with Charlie Tokarz, a Sarasota executive. Muma, 73, lives in Belleair. He has deep USF ties, having served as a member of the USF Foundation and the USF Muma College of Business Advisory Board. He is the former […]

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The Importance of Professional Development & Continuing Education

When it comes to professional development and continuing education, many companies are often reluctant to invest, especially in industries where continuing education isn’t a requirement.

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