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4
Feb

About bells and whistles and LMSs

Fortunately, the time of obligating your employees to follow a refined PowerPoint presentation as an e-learning module is now somewhat behind us. No one wants to be chased by their manager to read huge amounts of screen content and click the ‘next’ button miserably until the end of the module. Everyone knows by now that the only thing you achieve

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13
Jul

Learning through your learning style? No style!

My sociology high school teacher sorted us, according to her learning style theory, in groups that, if I remember correctly, she called thinkers, listeners, and visualists. A number of classmates and I belonged to the group of ‘thinkers’. Consequence: we had to go through the boring chapter of the pluriform society, while others were allowed to watch an episode on

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