4 VR experience principles every course creator should know

In the previous piece, I’ve talked about getting started with VR design for your online courses. There are other important aspects of designing VR courses […]

What Does it Mean to Design for Scale?

It’s no secret that enrollment numbers are increasing, whether due to a global pandemic or more run-of-the-mill economic changes, workforce needs and demands, or personal […]

Getting started with VR design for your online courses

Great e-learning is partly about relevant and engaging content, partly about presentation. In the age of all things digital, content creators must keep up with […]

14 Awesome video editing tools for e-learning designers

The online learning environment requires you to be more creative with how you choose to present your course and share your knowledge. When you design […]

Fighting digital fatigue with great online learning design

In the last year, we have experienced an abrupt immersion into the online environment for work and study. As beneficial as this might be for […]

Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Design – The Whats, Whys, and Hows

Have you ever sat through a training program or workshop and wondered, “What’s the point of this? Why am I… Read More

The Tortoise and the Hare: Using Quick but Iterative Instructional Improvements to Build a Better Class Over Time

You may have heard Aesop’s fable of The Tortoise and the Hare. The two are pitted against each other in a race. The Hare is […]

Make your e-learning content pop with these 5 visual perception tricks

Here’s my confession for today: I love to learn, but I don’t like textbooks. Before you label me as a typical Millennial, let me clarify: […]

Frameworks for Evaluating Inclusive Teaching

Inclusive Teaching. The literature is clear: creating classroom spaces, virtual or in-person, where students feel like they belong is an important step to ensuring students […]

Using automation to adjust the difficulty level for your course

Here’s my confession for today: I have a weird obsession with beginner vs. pro videos. Those videos show the differences between amateurs and pros in […]

Common English Errors in Course Writing

To improve your course writing, you will first need to recognize the common errors that people make and make sure you avoid those in your […]

How knowledge entrepreneurs design accessible e-learning content

In my previous post, I talked about online accessibility and the main features an LMS should have so that a knowledge entrepreneur could create online […]

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