Articles for ‘Blended Learning’

Instructor-Led Training: Is It Still the Delivery Method of Choice for Continuing Education?

Published by Dan Loomis

Instead of just making a conclusion, we wanted to go back and use some real data to support our notion based on things we heard throughout the industry. What better

Millennials & Print: Voice of an Association Millennial

Published by Aaron Manogue

One of the most common difficulties that association meeting planners face is how to offer educational materials at annual conferences. The educational resources that associations create for membership are the

Resolve to Stop Doing These 3 Tasks in 2016

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

At the turn of a new year, millions of people resolve to improve their lives by building their knowledge and skills. But how do the continuing education (CE) professionals that

Here’s Why Print Isn’t Dead 2.0: Seven Reasons Why Print is Here to Stay

Published by Aaron Manogue

Printed materials are far from dead.

In late July 2014, I wrote an article that was meant to serve as an appeal to those claiming that digital content had completely

Don’t Be Bullied By Your Budget!

Published by Gina Wentling

When it comes to your association’s continuing education training materials, the best solution for how to present your content, in print or digital formats, is … both.

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Protection for Your Training Materials, Convenience for Learners

Published by Gina Wentling

You know your learners want to be able to access your association’s training materials online. If it will help them more actively engage in the courses, and improve retention, you’re

Winning the Battle Between Printed & Online Corporate Training Materials

Published by Gina Wentling

Sometimes, in an effort to make the best choices for learners in corporate training courses, we create dilemmas that don’t necessarily exist. Take, for example, the idea that course content