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4 Ways to Use Video In 2018’s Sharing Economy

14. Feb 2018

4 ways to use video in 2018's sharing economy

Applications, Business,

 Sharing requires communication and team effort. The workplace has recognized such patterns intensively over the last decade, and so has 2018’s sharing economy. The use of paper is decreasing while project collaborations via Google Drive and Dropbox are increasing and on the verge of becoming standard corporate procedure both in-house and among remote, distributed workforces.... Read More

Explaining the Dual Coding Theory

7. Feb 2018

dual coding theory

Applications, Education, Business,

  Effective learning is key to success, satisfaction, and efficiency, isn’t it? Research has long investigated how to maximize learning and the capabilities of our brain. One theory that hypothesizes the expansion of knowledge retrieval states that visual cues improve recall. It is called the Dual Coding Theory. What is Dual Coding Theory?In the core... Read More

mysimpleshow Hosts Webinar With AASL/ALA

31. Jan 2018

mysimpleshow hosts webinar with ALA/AASL

Applications, Education, Business,

 Here at mysimpleshow, we’re fans of webinars! Whether we’re hosting them or attending a webinar, we understand the value that a live online session brings to learning any topic.So, we recently collaborated with the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) and the American Library Association (ALA) to present our webinar “Tips and Tricks: mysimpleshow DIY... Read More

Online Training Overload: 9 Surprising Symptoms Of Cognitive Overwhelm

24. Jan 2018

online training cognitive overload

Applications, Business,

 Are you short-circuiting your employees’ minds with too much information? In this article, I’ll share 9 surprising symptoms to help you diagnose cognitive overwhelm in online training.How To Diagnose Cognitive Overwhelm In Online TrainingThe human brain can only absorb so much before it starts to experience side effects, which prevents employees from assimilating information and... Read More