eNerd Tracey's Blog

Tracey's eLearning thoughts and ponderings. Tracey Stokely is the Manager of Education, Documentation and Translation as well as an Instructional Designer/Developer for Cincom Systems, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio. She specializes in eLearning design and development for online tutorials. She’s been part of the training and development industry for over three decades in the call center, electronics, and software industries and was an early adopter of eLearning.

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The 1960’s called, they want their training back!

How are you designing your training these days? Does it look like training did in the 1960's, 70's, 80's?...

What We Heard: The Three Big Buzzwords and Phrases of 2015

The year 2016 is almost upon us. Now is the time to take a few moments to reflect back on 2015. This past year we […]

The Time Has Come – eLearning!

A case for changing from e-Learning to eLearning. Language is such a fluid thing. It’s constantly changing. It never stands still. In France, they have […]

Test Your Responsive Content with Little or No Budget

So, you have all of these great tools for creating responsive content like maybe Adobe Captivate, Adobe RoboHelp, GoMo Learning or Elucidat, to name a […]

Ditch the Objectives!

In today’s world, we talk about making the learning process engaging for learners; in other words, making it “pop” for students. But, by constantly sharing […]

Captivate 8: Responsive or Scalable Software Simulation?

Two exciting outputs for software simulation in Adobe Captivate 8 are Responsive and Scalable simulations for mobile device learning. See more...

What We Heard: The Four Biggest eLearning Buzzwords of 2013

The year 2014 has commenced, the polar vortex moved in and now some of us are in the grand thaw. Many of us are just […]

X’s and C’s: All MOOCs are not created equal!

Just when some of you are hearing that MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) exist, you learn that there are two types of MOOCs: xMOOC and […]

My Second MOOC Experience: MOOC on Mozilla Open Badges

I started my second MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) September 9th. The format and how this MOOC is being run is a totally different experience […]

I did it! I was part of the 8.4% – Final Thoughts on My First MOOC

Well, I did it! I successfully completed my first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). After six weeks of watching and listening to approximately 11 hours […]

Initial Thoughts on My First MOOC

I wanted to learn more about MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), and I thought the best way to learn about them was to sign up […]

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