(W)e – Learning and Sharing

A "get your hands dirty" blog, that gives you an insight on Instructional Design, and various challenges faced by an Instructional Designer.

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Learning Methodologies 101: ADDIE vs AGILE vs SAM

Reading Time: 3 MinutesLearning methodologies work as a blueprint for Instructional Systems Design (ISD). They help in developing seamless instructional experiences that make sure efficient […]

A Letter from the Instructional Designer

Reading Time: 1 MinuteDear Learner, Thanks for giving me the insights into your expectations. I feel happy when I see that my training approach aligns […]

Top E-learning Blogs and Communities to follow in 2018

Reading Time: 1 MinuteOver my eight years in e-learning, I have realized that major aspects of instructional design update over time. To be a successful […]

A Letter to the Instructional Designer

Dear Instructional Designer, I hope that the course that you are developing to improve our performance is coming out well. My team speaks highly about […]

Top 3 reasons why e-learning will continue to ROCK in 2018 (and beyond)

The global e-learning market is estimated to cross USD 275 billion by the year 2022, and some reports even suggest it to cross USD 330 […]

Enabling FULL-SCREEN function in Articulate Storyline

The Challenge: I often face situations where the course(s) are embedded into a page. With this I get frequent requests to enable a full-screen option for the […]

Managing E-Learning Project Timelines

Project Management forms a key job description when it comes to instructional design (ID). Not only we need to develop a training that is at par […]

Play or Pause Base Layers and Slide Layers Simultaneously in Articulate Storyline

Scenario: I am working on a simulation module where it is important to use multiple zoom areas on a single slide. I have categorized the […]

Articulate Storyline Text to Speech Feature and other New Year Updates

Although Articulate came up with its latest updates in November, 2017, I was able to look at them only by second week of December. And […]

E-Learning Heroes Challenges

This post is intended to serve as a tracker for all the articulate e-learning challenges that I will complete in due course of time. Though […]

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The Magic of Adapt: An Adapt Authoring Tool Review

Since the advent of multi-device and responsive e-learning everyone jump out of their socks to a solution that promises a responsive, customized and innovative approach […]

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