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Monthly inspiration – Powerful stories for change

We all know the basics of structuring a story so it has a beginning, middle and end and some sort of plot, challenge or problem. […]

Should elearning be the answer for all training?

Years ago I was asked to do an elearning software simulation to train on software systems. On talking to key people I found that the changes were very small, non-complex and only applied […]

Coding individualised feedback in Storyline

In a recent project I wanted to give feedback that was more than just a result of a single choice selected in an elearning scenario. Instead I wanted a way that remembered an individual’s series of choices […]

Designing Twitter activities

    Using Twitter as a learning tool – part 3 In my other posts I introduced using Twitter as a learning tool and how you can […]

Monthly inspiration – 3 quick tips

As this has been a very busy month,  I’ve had to get my inspiration quick and on-the-go. What are some ways you get inspiration and improve your practice on-the-fly when life […]

Wrapping up your elearning

Imagine a dear friend buying you a beautiful thoughtful gift but running out of time to wrap it and just handing it over in an […]

How to bake an elearning course

It occurred to me that instructional design of an elearning course has similarities to baking a cake. What parallels can you think of? What elearning […]

How to use Twitter as a learning tool

Using Twitter as a learning tool – part 2 First it’s important to mention Twitter is easy to incorporate as a learning tool. In fact […]

Monthly inspiration – Brain Rules

As well as learning new things, I also find it useful to revisit previous things I’ve learnt to keep them fresh in my mind. At university […]

Using Twitter as a learning tool

Twitter is a powerful social media tool used for micro-blogging and social networking. Google the stats of Twitter use and you will see numbers in […]

Monthly inspiration – learning from leaders

This month I’ve taken more time than usual to invest in my own learning and professional development. I’ve been learning from leaders in the field […]

Second hand shopping for elearning

I have a passion for secondhand shopping. I often find useful, quality, beautiful items discarded by previous owners just waiting for me to breathe life […]

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