Are you a course creator cursed with knowledge? Here’s how to break the spell for good

As an e-learning entrepreneur, you rely a lot on feedback. In an ideal world, the feedback would always be positive, but in reality, many course […]

Learner Engagement: A Guide to Improve Learner Experience

Today, we are being trained by technology to find and digest information at an incredibly fast pace. As a result, attention spans have shortened considerably. […]

Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction applied in e-learning courses

Robert Gagné was an educational psychologist who worked in the field of the science of instruction in the 1940s. His theory, Conditions of Learning, shows […]

Journey Mapping: Why it is Crucial for Online Training?

When organizations go forth in developing a course, a process is set in motion involving instructional designers, learner experience course developers, writers, editors, graphic designers, […]

Top 4 tips for figuring out your ideal online course length

Are you wondering why your online course isn’t as successful as you’d thought it would be? Or are you trying to design a course and […]

7 Learner retention strategies for knowledge entrepreneurs

Online courses are not a novelty anymore. With so much desire to learn and many opportunities, having learners enrolled in your course is not enough. […]

Top 7 learner motivation issues and how to fix them

As a course creator, you spend hundreds of hours working on your online course. Most of the time, you’re giving it all you’ve got while […]

Using color psychology to design great online courses

Colors are part of our daily lives and we all know they play an important role in our perception. According to color psychology, they can […]

Learning sequencing: the path to a successful online course

Whenever people search for new online courses to take, they have many decisions to make. Since that can get overwhelming quickly, learners often look at […]

8 Tips for increasing learner participation rates

A course without active participants is simply a source of information. While the primary goal of a course is to provide knowledge, how we deliver […]

A New Way to Train Frontline Workers on Real-world Scenarios

While COVID remains prevalent in our world, many companies are finding it harder to provide one of the most beneficial types of scenario training: real […]

The Interview with Dr. Luke Hobson: From Hating School to Becoming a Senior Instructional Designer

Dr. Luke Hobson is a senior instructional designer and program manager at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Ironically, his… Read More The post The […]

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