As I begin my 19th year at Cinecraft, I’m taking time to reflect on our team’s accomplishments in 2017. We’ve collaborated with amazing new clients and added talented learning professionals to our team. We received a Best of Show at Learning Solutions alongside our customer Booz Allen Hamilton, and we made the Training Industry’s Top 20 Watch List. For the first time, Cinecraft made the Top 10 eLearning companies by eLearning Industry and received an International eLearning Association award for Henkel’s virtual window installation simulation. Finally, I am proud of the impact our team has made on every learner that has touched our custom built courses.
A few years ago, before some of our most recent success, I looked at the courses we built and said, “We can do better.” Our customers hire us to do better. Their learners are begging us to do better. So what does “better” mean? I began to list all of the adjectives that reflect “better learning.”
New York, NY – June 16, 2017 – Cinécraft was awarded runner-up in the International eLearning Awards in New York City at the ICELW Conference. Cinécraft received the award in the Mobile Learning category for it’s virtual window installation designed for Henkel’s OSI brand of window sealants.
The International E-Learning Awards recognize the best uses of technology to improve learning and job performance within companies or through individual professional development.
If you would like to see the entry video we used to enter the International eLearning Awards just click the play button below.
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(This article was published in the March, 2016 issue of Training Industry Magazine.)
Have you ever sat in front of an eLearning course that you spent 200-250 hours designing and developing and thought learners are going to love this course? They are going to love it so much, they will be motivated to take it. They are going to stick with it till the end and feel compelled to take it again as the Flow Theory suggests! If your answer is yes, then you have probably already incorporated a successful serious game strategy. If your answer is no then keep reading.
“The Perfect Basket”
Everyone’s heard the old saying that you should never put all of your eggs in one basket. Whether you have relationship eggs, money eggs or real eggs, you want to put them in different places to minimize your risk of losing all of them at the same time.
As a non-risk-taker, this makes sense to me, and I usually follow this advice. However, this past spring I didn’t, and I ended up getting pied in the face, sitting in a cell block, and collecting brains.
eLearning, Video Production