eLearning Designs Blog

An instructional design blog focused on eLearning. Tips and techniques on how to make a difference with well designed eLearning.

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The art and skill of content curation

Content curation is a smart way of using already existing resources, such as, images, animations, videos, websites, blogs, apps and artifacts, and blending them together in a new and creative […]

Content curation how can it be used?

I’ve been dabbling in content curation for a few years now. My initial views on content curation in the learning space were rather limited, focused […]

A – Z of my work place learning

Inspired from Jane Hart's Modern Workplace Learning book. My A-Z of continuous learning - how do you learn at work? Continue reading →

Reflecting 2015 and learning 2016

Best posts from 2015. Alternative learning solutions to traditional courses, are you there? Maybe the 2016 L&D Challenge is for you? Continue reading →

Learning resources from content curation

Want to work smarter, how about repurposing already existing content? I love curating and repurposing content, check out my post – Second hand shopping for elearning. So […]

Going beyond blending delivery to ….

Blended delivery has been around for years and the term is often banded around in Learning and Development circles. Essentially what it means is that […]

Steps to build better branching scenarios

Branching scenarios are an effective way to practice decision making and demonstrate how to apply particular knowledge or skills. In saying that, there are still too many times […]

How can you use the Serious eLearning Manifesto?

Wouldn’t it be great to have a concise guide to share with your clients and stakeholders about what high quality elearning should be? Well major thought leaders – […]

Going beyond elearning for change

Often in elearning and learning design we can get focused on making sure people learn the content but can easily forget about how we can motivate our audience […]

The game of learning design

The gamification term has become popular over the last few years. Professor Werbach from Pennsylvania University defines gamification as, “the use of game elements and game […]

2014 the year of the story

In 2014 my focus was very much on creating interactive elearning and utilising the power of the story through interesting design and technologies. This showed […]

Sourcing stories fast for training

Something I’ve learnt during my time teaching, training and undertaking instructional design is that people love to share their stories. It’s a natural drive. Why […]

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