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eLearning Gamification: 3 Things You Need to Know


From badges to points to rewards, gamifying eLearning courses is a trend gaining interest in the learning industry. Learners love the added challenge of beating their competition – or maybe even themselves – while providers are thrilled to see a refreshing level of interest in course offerings as a result.

You may have heard of this trend and …

5 Reasons to Visit Association Avenue at ASAE Tech 2015


It’s the final countdown! ASAE Tech is officially three days away, and our Abila team can’t wait to get “Powered Up” with you on our brand-spanking new Association Avenue (#assnavenue)!

First, What the Heck is Association Avenue? If you’re like us, you know the Expo Hall is filled with so many vendors and booths it can …

10 Tips On Driving Revenue Via E-Learning


Leaders at associations and other member-based organizations are thinking more like heads of business; they recognize revenue (and margin) is critical for their success.

In this post we provide 10 tips to help identify revenue sources that you can drive from the number one most valuable resource in your association: your e-learning content.

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Your CME Members Are Going Mobile. Are You?


The continuing medical education (CME) market is going mobile, but don’t pack your bags for a road trip just yet! This trend is taking us on-the-go in a more virtual sense.

Obviously, flip phones are a thing of the past, existing more in time capsules than pants’ pockets these days. But, how are mobile devices affecting …

Credentialing Killed Old Man Learning


As technology continues to evolve and expand, the key elements that drive revenue bearing credentialing programs are broadening at an exponential rate.  That, coupled with the fact that the workforce is made up of roughly five different generations, presents associations with a unique opportunity to turn what is perhaps considered old-school educational offerings into something …

American Association For Respiratory Care Adds Value Through Education


Google, “membership retention,” and your search will yield pages and pages of helpful how-tos, instructing you on what you can do to attract, retain, and grow your association membership.

On just about every list and in almost every article and blog, you’ll see the advice, “add value.” The many authors penning these instructions have their own …

Bridging the Association Membership and Content Gap: The Path to Success


Many associations today are using a multitude of disparate systems and platforms to manage membership and content, and the impact on staff and members doesn’t go unnoticed. Use the following five steps to get your processes out of the rut they’re in and begin creating a much healthier foundation for your association by bridging together …

Boost Online Learning Engagement in 3 Simple Steps


Designing an online learning program that actually grabs an audience’s attention certainly comes with its challenges. You can’t see your audience and for all you know they’re perusing their Facebook feed or Tweeting about their weekend plans. Mastering the art of creating captivating courses is something that takes time, focus, and the ability to adjust …

Continuing Education, Learner Paths and Data: Blending it Together in 5 Steps


There’s more to continuing education than providing great content. Follow these five steps to blend your association’s eLearning strategy and create the optimal learning environment for your members.

Develop meaningful assessment methods that gauge real knowledge. In the past, assessments typically consisted of a 10-question quiz that does little to gauge your actual level of knowledge on …

Bulk Up Benefits and Revenue with Bulk Sales


When you think of household names like Costco, Sam’s Club, and BJ’s Wholesale Club, the first thing that probably comes to mind is an obscenely large shopping cart filled with more paper towels and tissue boxes than you have storage for at home. But somehow we all still find ourselves in those warehouse aisles on …