eLearning Designs Blog

An instructional design blog focused on eLearning. Tips and techniques on how to make a difference with well designed eLearning.

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Development and learning plan 2017

Free and accessible, learning does not need to rely on a professional development budget or attending face-to-face courses. These are the sort of things you […]

Taking charge of your own learning

How will you take charge of your own learning in 2017? Here's how I will Continue reading →

Social Media to supercharge your professional development

Social media is a fantastic way to super charge professional development. I’ve been on a 5 month extended work (and professional development) break. Two weeks […]

Monthly inspiration – Clive Sheppard

Clive Sheppard’s more than blended learning model As part of Bloom’s International Learning Leaders webinar series I attended a webinar last month from Clive Sheppard […]

NZATD Content Curation session

Thank you to all the people who attended the NZATD session on Content Curation this week. This is a follow up blog as I was […]

Developing flexible modern content

Over the last several weeks I have been participating in Jane Hart’s Modern Workplace Learning group. This weeks task is to look at developing flexible modern […]

The art and skill of content curation

Content curation is a smart way of using already existing resources, such as, images, animations, videos, websites, blogs, apps and artifacts, and blending them together in a new and creative […]

Content curation how can it be used?

I’ve been dabbling in content curation for a few years now. My initial views on content curation in the learning space were rather limited, focused […]

A – Z of my work place learning

Inspired from Jane Hart's Modern Workplace Learning book. My A-Z of continuous learning - how do you learn at work? Continue reading →

Reflecting 2015 and learning 2016

Best posts from 2015. Alternative learning solutions to traditional courses, are you there? Maybe the 2016 L&D Challenge is for you? Continue reading →

Learning resources from content curation

Want to work smarter, how about repurposing already existing content? I love curating and repurposing content, check out my post – Second hand shopping for elearning. So […]

Going beyond blending delivery to ….

Blended delivery has been around for years and the term is often banded around in Learning and Development circles. Essentially what it means is that […]

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