Scope Creep: It’s Not Just the Project Manager’s Problem

It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginning instructional designer or a seasoned veteran, you have most likely already experienced “scope creep.” Like most of […]

4 Ways to Make Our Ideas Stick

As I was preparing for the beginning of a new project, I considered different ways in which I could make the training successful. I thought […]

Top 25 eLearning Blog Posts For 2016

By nature, people want to know the top or best of whatever it is they might be interested in. At some point, we should probably […]

Webinar: How to Use Your eLearning Tools Effectively

It has been said that every eLearning professional should have multiple tools in his or her eLearning toolkit. But having them and using them effectively […]

10 Elements That Will Destroy Your Communication Skills Training

Strong communication skills training can provide substantial benefits to organizations of all sizes. Unfortunately, training employees how to communicate professionally via email, telephone, social media […]

How to Implement Spaced Learning into Your eLearning Strategy

Spaced learning will be one of the key eLearning techniques to look out for in 2017. At least, that’s according to John Curran, expert in […]

Infographic: The Periodic Table of Instructional Design

Students and scholars of chemistry make frequent use of the periodic table of the elements in order to contextualize and organize their understanding of the […]

How To Create Closed Captioning in Camtasia Videos

When you create a course, and you’ve put the work into making it the best freakin’ course you’ve ever made, you want nothing more than to […]

What Does UX Have to Do with eLearning? Everything!

When I worked for a retail food and beverage company, everything was about the customer—especially what the customer would or wouldn’t like. As an example, […]

Surviving the Millennial Apocalypse: Party Like It’s 1999

Much has been written about the changing demographic of our workforce, along with the changing landscape of learning techniques.  Often these assessments have been full […]

4 Things to Know When Using Layers in Storyline

As I talk with other Storyline users about their projects, almost inevitably the topic of layers vs slides (or sometimes vs states) comes up. There […]

Get the Most Out of Your DevLearn Conference Experience

In just less than a month, learning professionals from hither and yon will flock to Las Vegas November 16 – 18 to attend this year’s […]

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