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GAME NIGHT!

  • Once every quarter, our Minnesota office becomes Game Night HQ. First and foremost, we plan the snacks and adult beverages. Then, we plan our games. Come take a tour of our Game Night last week, and hear what a few Allenites have to say about why we play.

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  • Time is rapidly closing on flash based websites because the development environment is no longer compatible with today’s technology. Flash does not translate to mobile devices and as technology continues to evolve, responsive design becomes more and more important for all websites; especially learning systems.

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  • The goal of instructional design is to bring about behavioral change. After all, we don’t train people to do things the way they’ve always done them. And as instructional designers, most of us, on some level, are accountable for the success of that training. So, beyond designing highly engaging learning solutions, what can we do to ensure people actually change their behavior?

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  • In spite of the considerable resources invested in its creation, most e-learning is unbearably boring. It doesn't have to be that way. Part of the problem is that the restrictive process most often used for designing e-learning fails to take advantage of the unique aspects of interactivity to create engaging learning experiences. This presentation will describe an iterative, rapid prototyping des...

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  • This e-book provides seven small steps to improved interactions while recognizing that capabilities with authoring software might be quite limited. If you begin applying these steps while you are designing questions, you will quickly open up a world of much more powerful design possibilities. VIEW BLOG & DOWNLOAD HERE: http://info.alleninteractions.com/bid/94964/7-Small-Steps-to-Achieve-Effecti...

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  • Santa and his elves feature submitted learning wishes and woes and provide helpful holiday advice! Need a new learning strategy? Want to spice up your boring e-learning? Want to increase your ROI? Need help with design ideas or development insights? Remember, Santa has a whole workshop full of elves to help, so tell Santa what you want!

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  • While the design and end-result of an e-learning project is critical, the process by which you get there can increase the value provided to your stakeholders. A great solution with a flawed process can cause pain points such as: • Missed milestones • Unexpected work from SME’s and reviewers • Scope creep • Boring learning This webinar will provide best practices for using an iterative process—t...

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  • Analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) are all important steps in the design of effective e-learning applications or any learning program. While there have been many adaptations of ADDIE, many of them were made before we had today's tools, challenges, and opportunities. As is being realized by the software industry with Agile, more radical process changes are now bo...

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  • So much of e-learning created and invested in today focuses on content instead of the learner and improving performance – the result – boring e-learning and wasted budgets! This webinar covers best practices for creating learning solutions that can generate business impact. Applicable strategies and approaches are shared on how to re-align current training needs for greater budget impact. In addi...

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  • In this session, you will learn: •The components that create true instructional interactivity •Specific tools to increase learner motivation when studying e-learning •Gaming principles that can easily be applied to curriculum design •Three essential characteristics of irresistible e-learning • What to look for in a learning management system to deliver and track e-learning effectiveness.

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  • In this webinar, Ethan Edwards covers the concept of instructional interactivity, and demonstrates how it can transform the learning experience for learners working independently through an e-learning program. Get specific real-world examples that give meaning to the four essential components of instructional interactivity, CCAF, which include: Context, Challenge, Activity, and Feedback. Objecti...

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  • It’s easy to see how generational differences play out in your workplace, but have you ever stopped to think about how the generation gap impacts your sales and service? Many sales or customer service teams have implemented a one-size-fits-all strategy for selling and customer service, but haven’t taken the time to customize techniques for four generations of customers. Watch this dynamic webi...

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  • This webinar explores the importance of motivation in the design framework for e-learning and present six rules for creating maximally motivating e-learning, which are illustrated through several successful corporate e-learning courses. At issue will be considerations of content scope, difficulty, judgment, leveling, content placement, and user control.

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  • ABOUT THIS WEBINAR: The standard accepted methodology for designing e-learning is the five step ADDIE process: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. Often project success rests on the analysis activities, yet designers commonly admit that little emphasis is placed on analysis, or that it is skipped altogether because content was pre-screened by a subject matter expert, or...

Allen Interactions
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  • The goal of instructional design is to bring about behavioral change. After all, we don’t train people to do things the way they’ve always done them. And as instructional designers, most of us, on some level, are accountable for the success of that training.

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  • Drumroll... You may be surprised to learn that it's something as simple as inadequate or ineffective security protocols training. In this day of data predators, keeping your organization up to date on all the actions they need to take to ensure that trade secrets, confidential financial information and consumer data are kept under tight lock and key can be challenging. Lisa Stortz and Scott Cole...

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  • Presentation material and links from webinar give on Training Magazine Network, with Michael Allen and Richard Lowenthal. Delivered Oct 20th, 2017

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  • Another amazing Allen Experience has come and gone. Our 2017 event evolved from previous years, giving attendees the opportunity to experience our new concept: a fully interactive, solutions-oriented event. This evolution allowed the Allen team and our guest speakers to deeply explore the changing needs of today’s online learning community, as well as exhibit AI’s innovative approach t...

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  • Michael Hruska, President/CEO Problem Solutions Learning Ecosystems Thinking is Important Learning ecosystems are places where people, systems and resources are combined in a manner to support value creation around learning and performance.  No longer is the LMS enough.  Many systems are involved to assist the development of knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies and transferr...

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  • By Christopher Allen, MA, PMI-ACP, Product Manager “There’s no better learning technique than preparing to teach others.” Valid? Yes. Implications? This adage does presuppose that during preparation the instructor is working with the right information, uncovers the implied and important steps to getting it right, and masters the concepts well enough to build learning frameworks for...

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