Online Training: Videos vs Animations

The visual nature of eLearning provides an excellent opportunity for online teachers to attract, teach, and retain more than 60% of students who are “visual learners.” […]

Ten Lessons to Help you Get Started in Instructional Design

  We understand that kicking off your Instructional Design or eLearning endeavors can be a daunting task due to the information overload related to theories, […]

5 Myths about Graphic Design

There are a lot of myths about graphic design. Some are semi-accurate, but others are way off base. I wanted to tackle some of those […]

Benefits of Multimedia in eLearning

eLearning is way different from classroom instruction. It is visible, convenient, personalized, and accessible in nature. On the other hand, classroom or lecture-based instruction revolves […]

Fire Up Learning: Tips to Motivate Adult Learners

We live in an age of innovation and change. Continuous learning and development has become crucial to stay abreast of rapid changes and succeed. To […]

Best Practices: Working with Text-Based (PDF) Courses

Web-based training has taken the teaching world by storm. It has changed the way we learn. Google “online courses” and you will come across more […]

How to Make Better eLearning Videos

Learning is challenging nowadays. Modern learners are busy and distracted, surrounded with different gadgets, living in an age of information overload. They have an access […]

Essential Components of an Online Course

All set to author an online course, but wondering what to include in it? Writing an elearning course for the first time is similar to driving […]

Five Dos’ and Don’ts for Brainstorming as Instructional Designers

As Instructional Designers, you develop training, that is technically accurate, well-written, and visually pleasing. In addition, you must ensure that the training includes new and […]

Getting Answers: Tips to Design Effective eLearning Assessments

Learning is challenging. It requires learners’ attention and interest. Measuring what is being learnt is even more challenging. It demands teachers frame assessments in a […]

Keep your eLearners Engaged with Effective Storytelling

We all have stories to tell. These stories come from different sources, from our own experience, our imagination, people around us, and so forth. Stories […]

Let’s Talk: Working with Images for Your eLearning Courses

We live in a visual age. Images are now the official language of the universe. The massive increase in social networking platforms endorses the growing […]

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