Three Research-Based Elements To Design Incredible Learning Experiences

Learning and Development professionals are responsible for designing and curating learning experiences that inspire and empower learners to grow personally and professionally so that they […]

Interactivity Of The Mind: Going Beyond Passive Learning

Interactivity has long been a hyped element in digital learning. In fact, we tend to equate interactivity with engagement. But simply moving the mouse or […]

Why Learning Design Should Incorporate Spacing

Most organizational learning interventions are considered complete once an eLearning course is delivered. A crucial learning opportunity is being lost here. Ample practice opportunities after […]

The Impact Of Cognitive Load On Learners

What is cognitive load and what is the impact it has on what learners can retain? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

When Graphics Lower Learning

Using appropriate graphics in learning content is critical. Some graphics are especially helpful for learning. But others can damage learning, as evidenced by research on […]

Understanding Edupreneurship: How To Build A Knowledge Commerce Empire

In today’s digital world your knowledge is a valuable, marketable resource. With the right tools, you can transform the stuff in your head into a […]

Instructional Design 101: A Must-Read List For Beginners

Whether you are beginning your career in Instructional Design by happenstance, pivoting your way into the field from somewhere else, or fresh out of formal […]

To My Younger Instructional Designer Self: 5 Common Instructional Design Pitfalls And How To Avoid Them

Through practice and much professional development, I now know how to avoid and mitigate common ID pitfalls, and I’m here to help you avoid them […]

ADDIE: The Instructional Designers’ Best Friend

After you have been asked to create an online course, and before you let panic set in, reference the ADDIE course development process for guaranteed […]

How To Hook Your Learners With The First Screen

Learners are stretched by commitments both at work and at home. In turn, this impacts motivation and makes it difficult for learners to buy in […]

When The Traditional Storyboard Meets The Micro Storyboard

Each kind of storyboard has its purpose but in this age of rapid timelines and short attention spans, I want to introduce you to an […]

4 Multiple-Choice Question Misunderstandings That Spell Trouble

Research shows that many multiple-choice questions are poorly written. One of the reasons they are poorly written is that many question writers have misunderstandings about […]

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