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Three New Live Content Studio Features!

This week we released three great enhancements to our eLearning and assessment creation tool Live Content Studio! If you’re not yet a member of the TutorPro Client Family you might be wondering what’s different about this instructional design tool. eLearning and assessments created in the tool aren’t delivered in a simulated environment in-browser, instead...

More LTC4 Approved Assessments For Team TutorPro!!

We’ve got some great news from Team TutorPro HQ today! As some of you know our Working with Legal Documents assessments were approved in September last year. Since then our instructional design team has been busy on some thrilling client projects (in fact it got so busy we had to grow!). As this quarter...

Precise Assessment Reporting!

In this week’s Live Content Studio release we’ve added not one, but two, great features! The first one, Bringing Results to the End User, we told you about last week. The second feature we’ve added is the ability to capture an image of a mouse event during an assessment using Live Content Studio! Until...

Picking the Right Assessment Program!

So this week at team TutorPro HQ we’re looking at assessment again… “Why” we hear you cry? “You’ve already explained that assessment’s not a dirty word!” That is, indeed, true. However in that blog we considered how assessment can be used as a positive tool when employed in the right way. This week we’re...

Assessment – it’s not a dirty word!

We love assessment at Team TutorPro – in fact we REALLY love it! Does that make us somehow weird? Isn’t assessment all about testing whether people are continuing to “make the grade”? You may think we’re approaching hyperbole, but some people just HATE the idea of being tested. Here at Team TutorPro HQ we’ve...

Moving The User Experience Forward

Moving the User Experience Forward This week our blog post from the Developers Cave is brought to you by the User Experience Unit. Many of these posts have, thus far, focused on the detail of what our tools do and how they work. We’re pretty proud of the fantastic technology behind the tools that...

Big Ideas: Interpolated Learning (Knowledge Checks)

Remembering to develop ourselves is just as critical as developing others.  With that in mind, from time-to-time when I encounter something new or something that makes me stop and think, I like to think out loud with you.  Today, let’s think about interpolated learning.  In our context as learning and development professionals, interpolation is...

Spring Cleaning for Your Learning and Development Program

Spring comes at the perfect time in the year. It is the motivator that jump-starts the training plans and resolutions you made at the beginning of the year that have gotten off-track because work is like that. You plan. Reality happens. You get distracted. Spring allows you to pick up where you left off...

3 Things You Can Do to Build Your Skills in 2016

As I reflected on some of the big learning stories from 2015, I realized that what I need (and my peers need) is to make 2016 a year of professional development. Change was everywhere in 2015 – at work and at home – which ultimately means learning new things. Advances in neuroscience are giving...

Newsletter: The Connection Q4

In this issue: New Hires: Are you training what they need to know? The Benefits of Micro-Learning How DO Users Learn? Click Here to download The Connection – Quarter 4 2015 (UK Version) Click Here to download The Connection – Quarter 4 2015 (US Version)