Wired Learning Designs

Wired Learning Designs blog offers fresh insight and knowledge on trends in e-learning as well as sound instructional design advice. The voice behind the words is Dr. Kelly Edmonds, an e-learning specialist and leader in her field.

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2018 Course Trend: Backyard Blended Learning

Personalized Experience Have you noticed how people’s lives are becoming more personal and authentic? They are resisting, they want real, they want to be present, they […]

Deliver a Fun LIVE Learning Session

In this post, I share how to create a personalized learning experience for your students that is live, engaging and so satisfactory for everyone. Below […]

Student Spotlight: Setting the Project Sponsor Up for Success

Name of the Course: Project Sponsor Guide Website: https://projectsponsorguide.com/sp-stpsufs/ Description: My conviction is that the role of a Project Sponsor is the most important role in […]

Peek Behind a Nathalie Lussier Course

Wouldn’t it be nice to peek inside another person’s course to check out their set up? Because sometimes we are stuck on how to build […]

How Hot is Your Course? Entrepreneurs Win Hands Down.

All e-courses are not equal and cannot be described the same due to the following: ● Audience type ● Course purpose ● Budgets I’ve designed […]

Course Spotlight: Develop the Mindset of a Champion

NAME OF COURSE:  HOW TO QUICKLY DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN A CHAMPION’S MINDSET:  ACTIONABLE SKILLS FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS Website:  http://developthemindsetofachampion.com Dr. Jack’s Story Leading to the […]

Course Spotlight: Meeting Mastery Academy

Name Of Course: Meeting Mastery Academy Website: http://www.themeetingrevolution.com/ Description: Not so long again, I questions, “What is a ‘Tweet’ and where do you find it?” I […]

21st Century Skills: Are You Teaching Them?

You might have heard about the need to teach students, children that is, 21st century skills so they can function in a world and workplace […]

My Course Is Starting – Now What?

For many years I taught adults in the college and university setting, both in the classroom and online. I learned the hard way how to […]

To New Course Creators: Market Locally First

Marketing your business is hard work – it takes strategy, consistency, time and money. Add a course to that mix and you have the additional […]

2 Tips to Make Webinars Valuable Teachable Moments

What is the typical format for a webinar, especially a free one? Below is a common structure. Opening introductions 5 minute warm up Strategy #1 […]

Successful Student Exercises: Start Small, Then Big

You start a course that you are super keen about. You whiz through the introductory module, start to dig down into the first few lessons, […]

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