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The A-Z of eLearning terminology you need to master

13/02/2018
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If you’re new to the eLearning (electronic learning) industry, you’re sure to encounter some baffling terminology. This article seeks to demystify some of the most common and gives you a quick explanation of the top 10 buzz words you need to know about this […]

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Helping Some of Asia’s Largest Banks Save Money

21/09/2016
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Working with some of Asia’s largest banks, World Learning Hub has helped optimize their operational training to ensure key processes are efficient, completed properly and standardised. Banks in particular can benefit from operational eLearning because it allows a large number of staff to be trained simultaneously with […]

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Why We Love Animation

17/05/2016
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There is a very specific reason that World Learning Hub insists on using 3D animation in every one of our eLearning courses — and it’s probably not the reason that you think. Visual instruction is closely tied to Cognitive Load Theory, and all of the learning channels and […]

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Cognitive Science Results in Dynamic Courses

17/05/2016
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Over the past few weeks we’ve talked about ways in which our cognitive science expertise can be seen in our courses and instructional designs, but we haven’t discussed the details of why. Obviously, the application of principles validated by the most up-to-date research will […]

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The Three Types of Cognitive Load

12/05/2016
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Last week we introduced the Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) and how World Learning Hub avoids overloading eLearners with too much cognitive input. This week we want to delve deeper into the application of CLT to eLearning courses by talking about the three types of cognitive loads.
Instructional design […]

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