Chunking Information to Design eLearning

This blog post covers a recent online conversation I had with an attendee at one of our eLearning Design Essentials workshops. I thought it might […]

SCORM Vs. Tin Can API: Which is The Right Fit For Your Organization?

Developing effective eLearning content that translates into workplace performance matters! It requires a lot of effort, time and cost to create engaging eLearning content. Creating […]

Tailored v’s Bespoke eLearning Content Development

There is a multitude of ways to do a simple task, like measuring a piece of string, you would expect there to be an exponentially […]

3 Steps to Turn Content into eLearning

So how do we turn content into a fully functioning eLearning module to support our performance gap and/or learning objectives? Firstly before you even consider […]

7 Tips for Writing for eLearning

At some time through your development you are going to find yourself writing text for the content to be included within your module. Whether it’s […]

Don’t Fall Into the eLearning Content Death Spiral

How combining eLearning content with an LMS will improve your L&D program You’ve launched a learning and development initiative and have curated tons of great […]

Best Practices for Cost Effective Translation and Localization of eLearning Courses

Learning becomes more meaningful when it is culturally relevant and engaging. And corporate eLearning or online training is more effective when delivered in the learner’s […]

Caught into a Debate on Articulate Rise – Features and Shortcomings

It won’t take long for a discussion to turn into a debate, particularly when a group of eLearning professionals gather under one roof. Fortunately, I […]

Instructional Designer’s View on Articulate 360 Rise

Over the last decade, a significant number and variety of eLearning course development tools have emerged. The prominent eLearning authoring tools we use today are […]

Multi-Device Elearning: Responsive eLearning Design or Adaptive – What’s the Best Choice?

Responsive eLearning has become quite essential to create multi-device eLearning or mobile learning. It enables learners to access the eLearning courses from their preferred devices. […]

Put Your Learners in the Driver’s Seat with Learning 3.0 Strategies

Learning 3.0 breaks teacher-learner wall and makes learning a shared, social responsibility The eLearning community has talked about the emergence of Learning 3.0 for just […]

Use Microlearning to Engage Learners and Improve eLearning Results

Microlearning gets content in front of users in fast, effective ways for eLearning results There are so many ways of receiving information these days. Blogs, […]

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