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Designing for Inclusion in online learning

When people talk about inclusion, they often talk about diversity too. It’s true that the two are inextricably linked, but it’s important to recognize they are separate parts of an equation.

5 ways to improve your online learning using micro-learning

In this blog, Motimate’s learning expert, Stine, gives you advice on how to revolutionize online training using 5 key microlearning principles.

Becoming A Learning Organization

In this blog, we share our top 5 digital learning tips to help you put learning at the centre of your organization.

5 Active Learning Principles for Digital Learning Content

In this blog, Motimate’s learning expert, Stine, explores how you can use active learning to deliver outstanding learning content.

The Art of Storytelling – A Winning Formula for Creating World-Class Digital Learning

The Art of Storytelling - A Winning Formula for Creating World-Class Digital Learning

The ADDIE model, a 5-step guide to delivering awesome training

Motimate’s expert in learning content design, Stine Sandbo, explains how the ADDIE model can help you get it right in 5 steps.

Assessing the advantages of a blended workforce and how to meet its learning needs

This blog explores how organizational learning models need to adapt to meet the varying needs of the blended workforces.

Awesome Learning. Unwrapped.

Throughout December we're sharing new hints, tips, and Motimate surprises. From design pointers to GIF-spiration and combatting short attention spans, there’ll be opportunities to learn something new every day.

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Designing for Inclusion in online learning

Inclusive learning design provides opportunity for everyone to succeed, in any given learning context, regardless of age, ability, experience, gender, race or religion. This means creating a safe space to learn that encourages everyone to have a go.

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