Match the Right Activity with Your Course Content

What is the one type of activity that you can expect from most online courses? A worksheet, right? This is a common form of activity […]

Agile eLearning Development: Let’s Have That ‘Agile’ Conversation

Esteban Cascante, SweetRush Project Manager, explains what Agile eLearning Development means for SweetRush.

Articulate Storyline: Enhanced Multiscreen Support

by Kevin Siegel, COTP Articulate recently released Storyline 360, part of the Articulate 360 suite of products available through a subscription on Articulate's website. If […]

Tin Can API or SCORM : Which is best for you?

Organisations wishing to embrace eLearning face something of a dilemma when it comes to deciding between the two standards SCORM and Tin Can API. Some […]

8 Myths about online education debunked

Online education, which has almost become synonymous with distance-learning, is a serious alternative to traditional education, not only in the US but also in other […]

Decision trees vs. real life scenarios in e-learning

Decisions, decisions… When I was a kid I couldn’t wait to grow up and decide things on my own. Now that I’m an adult I […]

Into the e-Learning world with Erich Renken

We talked to Erich Renken, an instructional designer at United Educators about how he got into instructional design, his team, his approach to designing courses, […]


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Infographic: 2017 Instructional Design Trends

SweetRush thought leaders forecast the 2017 instructional design trends, check out on this infographic the hightlights.

10 Blogs Every eLearning Professional Should Read

Recently my friend Ryan Tracey posted a list of 10 journals every e-learning professional should read in response to my list of 5 Books Every […]

Using Virtual Reality in e-learning courses

Virtual Reality (or VR for short) is the new trend that was recently introduced to e-learning. A popular definition describes VR as “the computer-generated simulation […]


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