Top 4 Ways to Improve Your Course’s Transfer of Learning Rate

Your courses are only effective if students are able to retain course material and apply it on the job. Without high levels of learning transfer, courses will not achieve their intended objectives and students will not benefit from the information you provide. While research indicates only about 10 percent of information in training and education… Read more »

Big Changes Coming Soon to Law Enforcement Learning!

Over the past few months, we’ve received a great deal of feedback from instructors and students on site features and capabilities. In general, both groups want to ensure they can quickly and easily use the site to communicate with others, and each course’s internal message function has become the primary mechanism for most course-related communications…. Read more »

Student Satisfaction & Distance Learning: Thoughts and Tips

Student satisfaction is an important component of a successful distance learning experience, and you can increase student satisfaction with quality content, effective course design, and frequent interaction opportunities. This short post will offer some tips on how you can boost student satisfaction rates in your courses – doing so will increase the chances students recommend… Read more »

Featured Instructor Interview: Wesley Clark

We recently sat down with December’s Featured Instructor, Wesley Clark, to discuss his course and his thoughts on Cognitive Interviewing. When he’s not at Law Enforcement Learning, you can find him training, consulting, or tweeting at @WesClark. Here are some excerpts from our conversation: Law Enforcement Learning: Tell us about your course: Clark: Cognitive Interviewing… Read more »

Video Production with Todd Boruff

A great Law Enforcement Learning course combines a variety of content delivery methods to deliver a varied, engaging learning experience to students. In many courses videos can increase engagement, help instructors connect with students, and present content in a dynamic and interesting manner. We’ve designed Law Enforcement Learning with the knowledge that high-quality video and… Read more »

Course Development Thoughts with James Keck

We recently spoke with James Keck, a Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University, about designing and instructing distance learning courses. Keck teaches in-person and distance learning courses focused on safety and security issues, so he understands how the online medium helps and challenges law enforcement and security instructors. During the discussion,… Read more »