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Live From Learning Solutions 2017

Live From Learning Solutions 2017

Hello from Orlando, Florida! The Trivantis® Team is here at Learning Solutions 2017 Conference & Expo, and we’re so excited to kick off the week. Today’s opening keynote was Tim Gunn—yes, THE Tim Gunn of Project Runway fame. Did you know he started his career as a teacher at Parsons School of Design? In addition…

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Performance Support: Insights From Jane Hart

Want to get results with performance support? Just want to know what performance support is and how it can benefit your organization? Jane Hart provided many inspiring examples of types of performance support resources in a recent webinar—and we compiled them in our most recent eBook, Performance Support: Insights From Jane Hart. This free eBook…

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Award-winning Courses by the Top Pets of eLearning

We are pleased to announce the winning submissions to our annual pet course creation contest! You can view all the pet submissions in the Trivantis® Community. “Negotiating for a Raise” by Sneakers Ivec Fair pay is important and in this course, negotiation expert Sneakers teaches pets all over the world how to ensure they’re getting…

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Learning Solutions Conference 2016 Recap

Last week, Team Trivantis® headed down to sunny Orlando, Florida, for the 2016 Learning Solutions Conference & Expo. It was an exciting conference packed with great presentations, including keynote speaker Bill Nye the Science Guy, an illusionist and puzzle expert, and more. John Blackmon, Trivantis Chief Technology Officer, also presented, sharing his expertise on responsive…

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DevLearn 2015 Recap

We’re back! Team Trivantis® took a field trip to Las Vegas last week for DevLearn 2015. We had some awesome guests at our booth, Sergey Snegirev and Rick Zanotti, and loved getting to talk to our users in person. (Jen Johnson, Sergey Snegirev from BranchTrack, Daryl Fleary) We also had a blast hanging out with…

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MOOCs: Hype or a Revolution for Corporate Trainers?

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) became popular around 2011 – 2012. New York Times columnist and best-selling author, Thomas Friedman, described them as an educational “revolution.” The Washington Post praised them as a way to provide “elite education for the masses.” Even our own Stephanie Ivec, published in eLearning Industry, cited the opportunity to reduce…

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