Why its important to get your eLearning source files

In the time that we’ve been working in the eLearning industry, we have noticed one truth from the clients side and that is […] The […]

Interactive Timeline on Human Rights

I have PBS to thank for my love of US history. It all began with Ken Burns’ series on the Civil War and a two-part […]

Fighting Wildfires in Alaska

You are a fire manager in Alaska and three wildfires have broken out across the state. You don’t have the resources to fight them all, […]

How to Build and When to Use Microlearning

To learn more about Microlearning, watch Matt Blackstock recorded webinar here. Too often developers are told a learning program is needed, get dumped […] The […]

Design for Non Designers

There are some basic principles, rules and methods, which allow you to produce some top looking designs in your eLearning.  This series of […] The […]

Does Music Belong in eLearning?

I’ve never met anyone who said they hated music. Everyone at least likes music, but does it have a proper place in eLearning and if […]

Designing Scenario Based Learning

Studies have shown the amount of information and practical knowledge retained by adult learners who undertake training that includes life or role specific […] The […]

Integrating Motivation with Instructional Design

As an Instructional Designer, motivating learners is an important consideration because in reality learners are not always motivated to learn. They are busy, […] The […]

How to hide the Player Next and Previous buttons on Storyline 360

Recently I was presented with a tricky issue. When returning to graded Question slide that had already been submitted, the Player buttons Next and Previous […]

eLearning Levels of Interactivity and Articulate 360

This post is adapted from a webinar – register here to view the recording. They say for eLearning to be engaging, it needs […] The […]

Key Elements of Storytelling for eLearning

Everyone loves a good story. We are surrounded by stories in social media, movies, advertising and the news. People love to share anecdotes […] The […]

How to Review eLearning Courses

When it comes to developing eLearning courses, there are many things that can go wrong. Okay, so that isn’t the most positive start […] The […]

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