Tips For Better Online Course Management

If you are an online course creator and unable to manage your online courses.  To effectively manage your online courses, you must choose your battles.  […]

How to automate elearning project operations to save time and money

What Do We Mean By eLearning Automation? Commonly, automation stands for minimizing or eliminating human interaction in a process. With the development of technologies, automation […]

4 Steps to Selling Your eLearning

If you’re thinking of a career as a freelance instructional designer in elearning or instructional led training, or you’ve already made the leap to running […]

What You Need to Know to Become a Freelance Instructional Designer

If you would prefer to watch this on the YouTube channel to get the live chat, here is the link: The post What You […]

Question: Do you deliver final Captivate Files or SCORM Packages?

I would like to start a discussion here regarding what constitutes “final work product” when delivering a course.  Do you deliver the Captivate files, or […]

#eLearning #LIVESTREAM – Going Freelance 08/14/2017, 16:00 EDT

In this live stream, I thought I would talk about what my business is all about, how I work with clients, who my clients are […]

The Dear ID Show: Side Project Marketing

As a follow up to our interview with James Finder, I wanted to share some insight about side projects as marketing. If you’re thinking that […]

The Dear ID Show: Interview with Ashley Chiasson

Today’s guest is Ashley Chiasson, an incredible instructional designer, author, and presenter. Ashley talks us through yet another option for all you IDs out there: […]

A flowchart for starting a profitable eLearning business

Plot your course before you start sailing I like it when bloggers cover the real pain points of starting an eLearning business: the emotional highs […]

How Live Webinars Can Help in Running Interactive Online Courses

As an edupreneur, you might search for an LMS that provides you the features through which you can keep your users engaged and motivate them for active participation during the course […]

7 Tips for Conducting UX Testing for Multi-device eLearning

Multi-device eLearning majorly aims at providing a well-rounded user experience for every type of target device. What this means is that through its flexible design, […]

Multi-device eLearning: Custom or Tools?

At the recently concluded LSCON 2015, I delivered a session on ‘Learning in a Multi-device World’ that covered the areas of design & development, testing, […]

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