Exploring the Logic in Instructional Design

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Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The Benefits, and Applications

Learn how to apply the Situated Cognition theory in Instructor-led and Web-based Training as an Instructional Designer. The post <strong>Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The […]

Filling the Gap in Educating and Applying the ADDIE Model

In this course on ADDIE, you will learn how to apply the ADDIE model with various tools and strategies for designing elearning courses. The post […]

Getting Hired as a New Instructional Designer

Learn the tips that can help to start career in eLearning as an Instructional Designer. The post Getting Hired as a New Instructional Designer appeared […]

Tips for Using Scenarios Effectively in Training and eLearning

When used effectively, scenarios can help learners thrive in challenging situations. Let's examine tips for writing eLearning scenarios. The post Tips for Using Scenarios Effectively […]

An Introduction to eLearning Strategies for the Metaverse or Virtual Reality (VR)

In this video, let's learn about Metaverse and gain foundational knowledge on how it can influence and improve eLearning experiences. The post An Introduction to […]

Ten Questions to Ask When Choosing an LMS

Choosing an LMS can be challenging due to many options in the eLearning industry. See this video for questions to ask when choosing an LMS. […]

Good Vs. Bad Learning Objectives

In this video, let’s examine the difference between a good and bad learning objective. The post Good Vs. Bad Learning Objectives appeared first on Check […]

What is Rapid Instructional Design (RID)?

The post What is Rapid Instructional Design (RID)? appeared first on Check N Click Learning and Technologies Pvt. Ltd..

Scaffolding Strategies for Learning

In this video, let’s examine what is Scaffolding Learning. A scaffold is used in the construction industry to support workers when they work at elevation. […]

Just-in-Time Training or Learning

It's essential to provide learning just when learners need it. In this short video, we’ll explain what is Just-in-Time Training or Learning. The post Just-in-Time […]

Elements of an eLearning Storyboard – An Introduction

In this short video, we’ll examine the different elements present in a storyboard. We will refer to a sample storyboard shown here. The post Elements […]

Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training

Let’s examine some Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training. The post Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training appeared first on Check […]

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