eLearned by Allison Nederveld

I am an eLearning and instructional design professional. I use this blog to share something I have learned or done each week in eLearning, instructional design, and related fields.

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Posts by eLearned by Allison Nederveld

Sliding Along with Storyline 2

I was one of the lucky folks that got to beta test Storyline 2 and lemme tell ya’ – it was hard to hold my […]

Welcome to My (Flat) World

This week’s eLearning Heroes Challenge was to create a flat office or desktop theme based on your own work space. I love the visual design […]

A Challenging Challenge

If you stopped by my home page today you might have noticed something new – a video!  I created it as part of this week’s […]

Tell Me a Story… Resources!

I was planning to write a post on some tips and tools for storytelling to wrap up this series.  But there are already so many […]

Tell Me a Story… But Edit it First!

Our guest post this week is from Rachel Nederveld, a film producer, writer, musician and all around creative genius who also happens to be my […]

Tell Me a Story… In Three Acts

We have another great guest blogger today! Melissa F. Miller is a practicing attorney and author of the Sasha McCandless legal thriller series. Her debut […]

Tell Me a Story… Explain Yourself!

Today is the first of our guest author posts!  Jake Hinkson is a film noir connoisseur and scholar who happens to also be great at […]

Meet the Storytellers – Free Template

The Articulate challenge this week was to create an interactive org chart. Since I am writing a series on storytelling with several guest bloggers, I […]

Tell Me a Story – Part 1

As a kid, I hated history class. I loved to read, I loved to solve problems, I hated to memorize. And, while I know I […]

Low-Tech Learning

A little known fact about me is that my initial major in college was architecture.  I didn’t last very long in the program but to […]

Creating Training On the Go

This week’s Articulate challenge was to create a training video using a mobile device. I decided to make things a little harder for myself than […]

Celebrating Independence from Cognitive Overload

Happy Independence Day to my fellow Americans!  I am looking forward to a long weekend of food and fireworks (and trying to soothe frightened dogs). […]

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