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Am I in Sync?: Using Video in E-learning

One of my clients provides fuel and services to the exciting aeronautics industry. They LOVE video and use it extensively in their training courses. In […]

Creating a Video Quiz

This week’s Articulate e-learning challenge was to create an interactive quiz using video. Fortunately for me, I had already created one for a client in […]

Europa’s Global Ocean

Many people don’t realize that Jupiter’s moon Europa is actually covered in a global-wide ocean of liquid water. It’s an exciting prospect for humans who […]

Redundancy and Coherence

Two principles of good e-learning design are to avoid redundancy and to keep things coherent and uncluttered. This week’s e-learning challenge was to present these […]

Presenting Dos and Don’ts

The good old “Dos and Don’ts” list is a quick and easy way to teach people how to perform their jobs. This week’s e-learning challenge […]

X Marks the Spot

When they were boys growing up in Michigan in 1965, Rick and Marty Lagina were to read a Reader’s Digest article that would change their […]

2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for e-learning with dan. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 […]

Different From or Different To?

There’s a Polident commercial on TV where some dentist keeps talking about how “dentures are different to regular teeth” that’s been driving me crazy lately. What is […]

Voices in my Head

When Queen released “A Night at the Opera” the album that exposed the world to the classic rock anthem “Bohemian Rhapsody” the liner notes emphatically […]

Munch on This!

This week’s e-learning challenge was to create a cereal box with an e-learning theme. So I decided to throw in a bit of alliteration as […]

Plussing it in E-Learning

When Walt Disney’s imagineers thought they “nailed it” with a piece of animation or an attraction, he would implore them to “plus it” to give […]

What Should You Include in a QA Checklist? Part Two

In my last blog I introduced you to the QA Checklist and talked more specifically about styles as they relate to the way text is […]

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