Articles Tagged ‘blended learning’

What We Can Learn About Training from Print Advertising

Published by Gina Wentling

Learning, like many activities, has components in the real world as well as online counterparts. Navigating education in print and online still feels new to some people, and there’s a

Proven Corporate Training Experience

Published by Gina Wentling

Last week on the blog, we explained why Omnipress is the right choice for corporate training companies. Did you know that Omnipress has already worked with many companies in this

White Paper: 2014 Training State of the Industry

Published by Gina Wentling

For the third time in four years, we asked association training professionals to chime in on the state of the industry. This year, 126 people answered questions about how they

Print: It’s Not Dead Yet—And It Never Will Be!

Published by Gina Wentling

We’ve heard it time and again: Print is dead. No one buys paper books anymore. People live online, so there’s no value in printing continuing education training materials. Have you

Experience’s Undervalued Benefit

Published by Gina Wentling

When you look for someone to do business with, whether it’s a car mechanic, house painter, or doctor, experience is important, for many reasons.

First of all, you feel more

When Is Learning Done?

Published by Gina Wentling

Some of what we do in our professional lives is an extended to-do list. Did you send that email? Check. Presentation given? Check. Report turned in? Check. It feels good

Podcast: Thoughts on ASAE 2014

Published by Gina Wentling

This episode marks the first anniversary of Training and Development Talk. Co-host Dan Loomis shared some stats. The podcast has had over 1,000 views, with each episode receiving about 50-70