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Incorporating Vimeo Videos

Incorporating Vimeo Videos

In LesLinq, it was already possible to integrate YouTube videos into your e-learning/microlearning. Now, with the recent addition of Vimeo compatibility, LesLinq provides an expanded array of options for users. The introduction of Vimeo functionality enhances the...

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New in LesLinq Image Based Multiple Choice Questions

New in LesLinq Image Based Multiple Choice Questions

Exciting news! The question module in LesLinq has been expanded to include image-based multiple-choice questions. This means that you can now use images as answer options in your multiple-choice questions. Increased Learning Effectiveness There are several benefits to...

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8 Tips for Creating Effective Safety Instructions

8 Tips for Creating Effective Safety Instructions

Safety within any organization holds significant importance. It's not solely because employers are legally obligated to establish a secure work environment, but because it embodies a core value that organizations must hold dear. Whether it pertains to a factory,...

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Exciting new features in LesLinq

Exciting new features in LesLinq

LesLinq's advancements are happening at a rapid pace. We have an abundance of exciting news to share!Text-to-Speech Looking to enhance the user experience? LesLinq now incorporates Read Speaker, a text-to-speech technology that automatically narrates on-screen text....

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8 Tips for Creating an Effective Microlearning

8 Tips for Creating an Effective Microlearning

Microlearnings are becoming increasingly popular, and rightfully so. These mini-elearning modules are highly effective for quick and practical learning. But how do you create an effective microlearning? What should you consider? In this article, we'll tell you more...

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Meet us at the Next Learning Event

Meet us at the Next Learning Event

On april 18 we will be joining the Next Learning Event. It's the most important conference in the Netherlands for professionals involved in learning and development. Make it count This year's program is designed full of new ways of working and focused on learning by...

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Watch the Interactive Summary of our Webinar

Watch the Interactive Summary of our Webinar

Wondering how to create microlearnings and interactive videos even faster with Interactive Sets in LesLinq? Especially for you we have made an interactive summary of our webinar 'Speed up the creation of eLearning bites with Interactive Sets'.Click here to open the...

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New: 14 Interactive Sets available in LesLinq

New: 14 Interactive Sets available in LesLinq

We're excited to introduce 14 new Interactive Sets in LesLinq! These Interactive Sets allow you to create eLearning bites quicker and easier than ever before. You'll find the new Interactive Sets in your LesLinq account. All sets contain basic animation functionality...

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Sharing YouTube videos without viewing advertisements

Sharing YouTube videos without viewing advertisements

Do you want to share YouTube videos without showing advertisements? With LesLinq you can! Our handy tool allows you to integrate YouTube videos without ads or video recommendations and without the option to click and leave to YouTube itself. This works both for public...

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Speed up your LesLinq project by optimizing your images

Speed up your LesLinq project by optimizing your images

Online, every second counts. No one wants to wait for a page to load. That's why it's so important that your LesLinq project loads quickly. Fortunately, you can influence this yourself. By using images that are optimized for web. It is logical that an image of 7 MB...

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