Exploring the Logic in Instructional Design

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Ten Lessons to Help you Get Started in Instructional Design

  We understand that kicking off your Instructional Design or eLearning endeavors can be a daunting task due to the information overload related to theories, […]

Five Dos’ and Don’ts for Brainstorming as Instructional Designers

As Instructional Designers, you develop training, that is technically accurate, well-written, and visually pleasing. In addition, you must ensure that the training includes new and […]

Here is Everything You Wanted to Know about Micro-Learning

Learning is a lifelong process. We are constantly learning new things daily, be it through web searches, Social Media, or even by observing others do […]

You Know You’re an eLearning Professional When

As eLearning Professionals, we develop certain traits that define how we react to English, Design, and Consistency of things around us. Here are 15 of […]

Five Ways to Win Over your Subject Matter Experts

  Subject Matter Experts or SMEs can enable you to truly meet the business and learning objectives of your courses. SMEs are the Inside Men […]

Transform your ID Processes for Success with the 3 Cs

Everything is easier said than done. Wanting something is easy. Saying something is easy. The challenge and reward are in the doing. ~ Steve Maraboli Why is creating […]

Writing with Clarity for Effective Instructional Design

Anyone who’s ever written will know that writing is not a solitary act. It is a process that encompasses a number of distinct jobs that […]

Being Simple at Design

A training is defined as successful only if it meets the learning objectives. Whereas, the objectives of an effective training are based on a robust […]

Seeing is Learning: Some Visualization Tips

ThE rEaSoN I aM sTaRtInG tHiS bLoG iN sUcH a MaNnEr Is To InDiCaTe ThE sIgNiFiCaNcE oF vIsUaLiZaTiOn. My apologies if reading the above line […]

Movies and E-learning: Part One

Wait a minute! Is this a discourse on movies or elearning? Well, it’s the latter – being learning professionals, we can’t overlook one of the […]

Movies and E-learning: Part Two

This post continues from the Part One post on Movies and E-learning. Duration How it happens in movies: Along with the script’s quality, the duration […]

Pin-Up Resource: Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

Here is a free pin-up chart on Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction. You can download, print, and pin it up at your desk and use […]

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