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Nine Lanterns apply contemporary learning theory and innovative design, together with a highly visual approach, to produce eLearning that works - for corporate, healthcare, education and government clients in Australia. Our blog discusses a variety of Instructional Design techniques, blended learning, eLearning news and theories and hints and tips for Learning and Development professionals working with eLearning.

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What Makes Webinars Great?

Following the Nine Lanterns announcement about the partnership with Citrix, we have a guest blog from Cheryle Walker, Digital & Future Learning Strategist about how to make […]

The BBC proves that no bully is untouchable

This morning I woke up to the news that Jeremy Clarkson, a presenter on popular BBC show Top Gear, has been sacked following a a physical […]

6 things for a Graphic Designer to consider when working in ELearning

In our modern and fast-paced world of computers, tablets and smart phones graphic design has evolved dramatically. The focus has shifted from bespoke editorial output […]

International Women's Day - Promoting Education

The education of girls is a subject very much in focus at the moment, and for good reason.  Statistics show that educated girls make the world […]

Social & Scenario - Getting the Right Blend for Compliance Training

A friend recently recounted a story to me of a bullying boss and a non-complaining employee. The boss had been shouting at the employee on […]

Video – Why we Should Consider it More Often (Part 3) : Techniques for Using Video to Promote Psychological Engagement

In the previous two blogs we looked at the value of video in learning and why cost effective use of video is tied to thinking […]

Reflections on the 2014 Health MoodleMoot

  Nine Lanterns' Instructional Designers Kate Casey and Scott Wallace recently presented at the inaugural Health MoodleMoot in Sydney. This blog is Kate's reflection on […]

Personalised Learning - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Pechakucha Presentation by James Ballard.

James Ballard, Senior Analyst recently spoke at the ELearning Association's latest PechaKucha event in Melbourne. His Topic was 'Personalised Learning: The Good, the Bad and the […]

Guest Blog: Advanced Paediatric Life Support Video Development

  Nine Lanterns are currently working with Advanced Paedeatric Life Support (APLS) on a series of modules around emergency scenarios with children. In this guest blog, […]

ELearning in Australia - Pushing the Boundaries

Last week I was one of the fortunate Nine Lantern’s team members in attendance at the ELearning Association’s Annual Excellence awards, and whilst we didn’t […]

What I’ve learnt from MOOC design

One design, multiple pathways… I’m learning a lot from the Coursera MOOCs I’m doing. Their open structure provides various levels of knowledge and resources. With […]

Video - Why we should consider it more often (Part 2) - Structure

Before we look at the detail of reducing the cost of video – let’s look at the importance of structure. The best entertainment and learning […]

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