Most eLearning design is still stuck in the 1990s. Can’t we easily replicate the type of online or app experience that most of us now […]
Dual goals of providing visually appealing, engaging eLearning and moving more eLearning to mobile devices seem to conflict. But, with careful design, eLearning designers can […]
Instructional designers today face the challenge of designing an experience, not just a training program. Designing these experiences requires an abundance of specialized knowledge and […]
Research indicates that reading comprehension suffers when learners move to screens from paper, but well-designed eLearning—that uses the strengths of digital media—can overcome both technical […]
Happy New Year! Jane leads the year off with her review of topics from 2016.
The rise of high-quality video in eLearning projects over the last few years has been phenomenal. While it is true that many eLearning programs now […]
If it’s December, you know you’re going to be hearing this song, and you know you won’t remember all the words. Here’s a memory aid […]
Accessibility, mobile availability, and engaging design are not oppositional, according to Guild Master Allison Rossett. It’s important to create personalized eLearning that fits learners’ circumstances.
The agile manifesto, compiled more than 15 years ago, is hardly out of date today in its principles or core tenets. But there is another […]
Gamification has become a very effective strategy and is now more than just a catchphrase. However, the word itself doesn’t mean much without any implementation […]
Designing eLearning with the user in mind creates a better overall learner experience. You can accomplish this through user testing or by taking a universal […]
Welcome to Metafocus, the newest monthly column at Learning Solutions Magazine: a column dedicated to virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed/modified/merged reality (MR), games, […]