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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My eLearning Story

  Image Credit: David Anderson I am jumping back in to the Articulate eLearning Challenges this week!  David has asked us to do a short […]


Yesterday I signed up for my third triathlon.  I did my first tri a few years ago and became hooked.  I don’t have the time […]

School’s Out for Summer!

Today is the last day of school for the kids in my town. For many that means the start of several months of forgetting much […]

Guest Blogger for ATD

Hey everyone, I am now officially a guest blogger for ATD (the Association for Talent Development, formerly ASTD).  My first post, about my path to […]

Community Matters

An old friend came to stay with me this past week, someone I love dearly but hadn’t seen in about 5 years. He (Dave) lives […]

Flipped Primer – Part 5

Alright.  I have already talked a bit about flipped learning – what it is, how to do it, pros and cons, and tools for implementation. […]

For Your Listening Pleasure

About 2 weeks ago I had the pleasure of sitting down with Chris Mangione, an instructional designer who produces a podcast series called Eye on […]

Flipped Primer – Part 4

This week’s flipped primer installment just happens to correspond nicely with the Articulate eLearning Heroes challenge of the week – I love it when those […]

Flipped Primer – Part 3

Over the last two weeks, I have looked at what exactly it means to flip a classroom and a couple of flipped learning models. Today, […]

Back to the Basics

After skipping a few weeks of Aritculate learning challenges, I hopped back in the saddle this week. This challenge was nerdily fun. David asked us […]

Flipped Primer – Part 2

Last week I took a look at the basics of flipped learning. This week I am going to present two models for flipped learning.  The […]

Flipped Primer – Part 1

I love it when folks smash my negative preconceptions.  That happened with the class I am taking this semester.  The syllabus foretold lots of research […]

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