Learning & Collaboration Blog

  • Map Out Your ELearning Engagement


    Everyone wants their elearning course to be engaging. The more that a learner is engaged with the content the more likely they will internalize the key points. But “elearning engagement” can be hard to define (and as such difficult to achieve). What kind of engagement is needed, and how much is too much? Here’s a […]

  • See What’s New In Version 2.4!


    Today we are happy to let you know that LearnDash Version 2.4 is officially available! This update is a big one. Not only have we implemented some features that you all have asked for, but we also worked on some “behind the scenes” coding items that developers and designers will find quite helpful when customizing LearnDash. […]

  • Competing for a Learner’s Attention


    Online courses are pretty great. They are fun to take and arguably more fun to sell. But at the end of the day there is one simple truth when it comes to any online course: it is hard to create a good one. While there are probably varying degrees of “good”, an effective course by my […]

  • Using Chat to Sell Your Course


    Are you selling an online course? How is it going? If you are selling to more customers than you can handle then this tip might not be for you. However, if you would like to sell some more then keep reading. I am sure you have been on sites where you have the option to […]

  • Why Choice Matters in Online Learning


    The evolution of online learning is in full force. Advances in the devices we use on a day-to-day basis are influencing how we learn. Our expectations are shaped by our experiences interacting with these applications. The online learning space has always been one to adapt to change. The recent rise in mobile learning is a […]

  • See How Infusionsoft Uses LearnDash


    Over the years we have seen that LearnDash has a variety of use-cases. Some use it to sell courses while others leverage it for higher education. Then there are companies that take advantage of our features for creating robust employee and client training. Infusionsoft is one such example. If you aren’t familiar with Infusionsoft, they […]

  • Use Role Based Scenarios in Your Course


    One of the best ways to communicate new ideas and concepts is by demonstrating those concepts at work in a scenario that a learner can relate to. First, it provides a “safe” place for a learner to fail in the event that they don’t quite yet understand the new concept. It also is a great […]

  • The Currency of Online Courses


    In online marketing people like to talk about “conversions”. If you have a website you want to drive traffic to that site so that these people are exposed to your offer. You want to convert these visitors into paying customers. If for every 100 visitors you get two paying customers then you have a two […]

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