Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The Benefits, and Applications

Learn how to apply the Situated Cognition theory in Instructor-led and Web-based Training as an Instructional Designer. The post <strong>Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The […]

6 Tips To Choose An LMS For Nonprofits That Scales With Your Evolving Needs

Nonprofits are possibly the most diverse organizational undertakings, pun intended. How can you ensure the LMS you invest in fits your ever-changing requirements? This post […]

Getting Hired as a New Instructional Designer

Learn the tips that can help to start career in eLearning as an Instructional Designer. The post Getting Hired as a New Instructional Designer appeared […]

Tips for Using Scenarios Effectively in Training and eLearning

When used effectively, scenarios can help learners thrive in challenging situations. Let's examine tips for writing eLearning scenarios. The post Tips for Using Scenarios Effectively […]

6 Ways Nonprofit Software Can Jumpstart Your Fundraising Strategy

One of the most challenging aspects of running a nonprofit is staying afloat financially. Is there a way to use nonprofit software to jumpstart your […]

7 Unique Challenges NGOs Face And Tips To Use Nonprofit Training Software To Resolve Them

Non-governmental enterprises encounter many of the same problems as regular corporates. What unique challenges do they experience though, and can they be fixed through online […]

Just-in-Time Training or Learning

It's essential to provide learning just when learners need it. In this short video, we’ll explain what is Just-in-Time Training or Learning. The post Just-in-Time […]

Elements of an eLearning Storyboard – An Introduction

In this short video, we’ll examine the different elements present in a storyboard. We will refer to a sample storyboard shown here. The post Elements […]

LECTORA LIVE! Authentic Translation and Localization

In this webinar, Chris Paxton, president of D3 Training Solutions talks about the translation and localization of learning courses. Paxton defines translation as “converting the […]

Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training

Let’s examine some Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training. The post Strategies to Engage Learners in Self-paced Software Training appeared first on Check […]

Difference and Similarities in Instructional Design and Learning Experience Design

Let's discuss the possible differences or relation between Instructional Design and Learning Experience Design. Are they the same or do the differ? The post Difference […]

Six Tips to Design Courses for Mobile Devices

This course shares some tips to make the learning experience more friendly for mobile screens. ​ The post Six Tips to Design Courses for Mobile […]

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