Top 5 eLearning Trends to Watch for in 2018

Deb McMahon, Scitent’s President and CEO, PhD In my 20 years at the helm of Scitent, I’ve seen many eLearning trends come and go – and some come back around again. For two decades, Scitent has been a pioneer, helping nonprofits, associations, healthcare entities and for-profit organizations navigate these trends to create a thriving eLearning business. As we kick off …

Microlearning Best Practices

By Katy Mullin, Scitent’s Director of Course Development Scitent has been helping nonprofits, associations and other organizations grow their eLearning business for the last 20 years. During this time, we’ve seen evolving strategies in how content is built and delivered, such as the popular microlearning strategy. It focuses on better learner retention and recall by teaching and delivering content to …

[Video] Choosing the Right Solution – An Adaptive Learning Case Study

By Katy Mullin, Director of Course Development at Scitent If we’ve learned anything in the past 20+ years of helping our partners build online learning businesses, it’s that every client is unique. When the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS) decided to improve how it administered its maintenance of certification (MOC) program for neurological surgeons, they chose Scitent to put …

ASAE Annual Meeting Recap: Inspiring Associations to Take Online Learning to the Next Level

by Robert Sublett, eLearning Director at Scitent Scitent just returned from this year’s American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Annual Meeting, where the theme was “What Inspires?” During our many meetings with executives who lead associations of all sizes, we learned some key things that we thought we’d share – particularly for those who couldn’t join us this year. Online learning …

Inspiration Driving This Year’s ASAE Annual Meeting in Toronto

by Robert Sublett, eLearning Director at Scitent As Scitent gears up to attend this year’s American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Annual meeting (August 12-15), we reflect on the theme of “What Inspires?” Where Do You Find Inspiration? When it comes to eLearning for associations, inspiration comes from the body of knowledge that resides within your membership and larger community. When we …

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5 Reasons You May Need an Extended Enterprise Learning Management System

Guest blogger: Christopher Pappas – Founder, eLearning Industry Exclusive for Scitent Finding the right LMS is an endeavor that nonprofit and for-profits rank as critical to the success of their educational initiatives. But, when looking for an LMS, consider that you might need an Extended Enterprise LMS to deliver online training resources to your external partners. Here are the top five …

ATD 2017 – Unleashing Hidden eLearning Revenue

by Caroline March-Long, VP of Sales and Marketing at Scitent As the Association for Talent Development (ATD) convenes for the 2017 International Conference & Exposition (May 21-24 in Atlanta), we at Scitent are preparing to attend and looking forward to seeing some of you there. We’re constantly looking at industry trends and technology for opportunities to unlock our clients’ hidden …

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Top 5 Features You Need in an Extended Enterprise LMS

by Robert Sublett, Director of Sales at Scitent An extended enterprise LMS is custom-made to help facilitate knowledge sharing, enhance product knowledge and offer certified and credentialed training to learners outside your organization. But, to effectively grow your online learning business, an LMS must have certain capabilities and features. Here are the top 5 things to look for when you’re …

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Virtual Reality & eLearning

by Timothy Johnson, Lead Software Engineer and Architect at Scitent Virtual reality (VR) – the computer-generated 3D environments that simulate rich, real-life experiences using special electronic equipment – is a growing trend in consumer electronics and is heightening the customer or viewer experience. You may have heard the recent news that two competing high-end headsets are being released to consumers …

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Barrier-Free Website Design: Creating Accessible Sites

by Shayna Diamond, Web Specialist at Scitent “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.” Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director & Inventor of the World Wide Web The Case for Accessibility Barrier-free web design provides equal web content to all, regardless of ability or interface – a screen reader, three-button …