How Many Options Should A Multiple-Choice Question Have?

In all seriousness, the quantity and quality of peer-reviewed evidence in favor of three-option multiple-choice questions are remarkable. This post was first published on eLearning […]

Language, Authenticity, Feelings, And Design

The language and the tone of eLearning design have an impact on how the learner feels and experiences the content. Using inclusive language and dialogue-based […]

Instructional Designers Are A Faculty Member's Best Friends

Instructional designers are experts in online learning. A good working relationship with faculty can create a satisfying course experience for both faculty and students. This […]

Engaging Learners Through Simulations Is Easy With These 4 Tips

Simulations allow educators to teach higher-level critical thinking skills while fulfilling learning objectives. For students, simulations are a chance to react to real-world situations and […]

The Squeaky Wheel Gets The Oil (An Example From The Motor Oil Industry)

Good employees crave good product knowledge training. When you include product knowledge training in your team, you can and you will help them watch their […]

3 Instructional Design Trends That Will Stand The Test Of Time

The development of eLearning and instructional design has grown from a niche area of study to mainstream practice in just a few decades. While the […]

Are You New To Instructional Design? How To Create A Job Aid

Learn how to create your first job aid as an Instructional Designer. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Instructional Design In Training And Development Process

In this interconnected world, the only way to make online learning engaging and interactive by infusing digital tools is through effective instructional design models. This […]

The Prime Directive Of 21st-Century eLearning Design: Part 2

eLearning design needs to make the great leap forward to take advantage of emerging technologies that will advance the cause of engaging, effective, and efficient […]

The 3 Most Popular Teaching Theories Of Instructional Design

Many eLearning professionals, especially those who are just starting their practice, often ask about the need for theory. Why bother with Instructional Design theory at […]

10 Things To Consider Before Your eLearning Course Goes Live

The below are broad-stroke areas that eLearning course developers must consider prior to going live with their courses. This post was first published on eLearning […]

Instructional Design Models For Employee Training: Searching For The Key To L&D Success

A solid L&D foundation is the only way to enhance employee performance and address personal pain points. Discover Instructional Design strategies that can help you […]

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