Corporate training

From e-learning to Snackson

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Well, yes, it seems that we are at that moment when you take a risk or simply you don’t move … Read More

Mobile phones: weapons of mass creation

This is a translation from the original post written by Jordi Pizarro on designtraining.cat   There are 2 ways we can see mobile phones: as weapons of mass distraction or as weapons of mass creation. This isn’t just my opinion, these … Read More

Lifelong Learning in Companies of the 21st Century

Last September, we published an article in eLearning Industry, a reference website that gathers interesting articles about pedagogical design, educational trends, authoring tools… and other topics directly related with teaching and learning processes in digital environments. You can find the original … Read More

9 ideas to apply microlearning in your organization

Just a year ago we published this post where we collected some situations in which we believed that microlearning would be ideal for organizations. After putting it into practice with diverse companies from very different fields and needs, we have … Read More

The 6 most read articles at Snackson

Today’s post is a bit different to the ones you’re used to. After looking back on our articles, we have come up with a list of the most read posts of our blog in the past 6 months. Now you … Read More

The Opportunity of the “Little Guys”

A few days ago we participated in a meeting with one of Snackson’s clients in which the training managers from all areas of the business were present. It’s a multinational business with a complex structure, numerous training requirements, a need … Read More

Our experience at 4YFN 2017

We had already mentioned a few weeks ago that this was our second year taking part in 4YFN. The excitement of the days ahead and how fast they went by… Well, as I was saying, from the 27th of February … Read More

Improving corporate training with microlearning

Training employees has been a constant challenge for companies: it involves setting up training plans, developing pedagogical resources, reinforcing key information, carrying out follow-up activities, ensuring active participation from the students… all while having to consider our very limited attention … Read More

E-learning, Ned Stark & microlearning

Some days ago, talking with an instructional designer about learning, he showed me Glasser’s learning pyramid again and I couldn’t help but explain a couple of things.     The first one is that, if what Glasser states is true, … Read More