A Closer Look At Gagne’s Conditions Of Learning And Tips To Apply Them

Have you tried teaching a new concept or skill to a group of corporate learners and created more confusion than clarity? Creating the ideal online […]

The Prime Directive Of 21st-Century eLearning Design: Part 1

The term "the Prime Directive" harkens back to the days of the TV show "Star Trek." This directive was the binding force that united the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Your Guide To Cognitive Load Theory And Learning

Cognitive load theory explains why it’s important to give employees exactly what they can handle, in a format that makes sense, so that they can […]

ADDIE Model Vs SAM Model: Which Is Best For Your Next eLearning Project

Structured, repeatable methodology is highly effective in online training. ADDIE and SAM are among the most popular eLearning development methodologies. Is there an objective way […]

7 Tips To Implement The SAM Model In eLearning

Are you looking for a more cyclical design process that doesn’t adhere to the traditional linear format? In this article, I share 7 tips to […]

Some Important Instructional Design Theories

You have to choose an Instructional Design theory properly because it decides how impactful your course is. You have to take into account your learning […]

Build The 3 Pillars Of Modern Learning Culture

Modern learning can, unfortunately, come out as outdated quite often. To avoid any pitfalls, it is important to stay focused on the 3 pillars of […]

The Myth Of An Instructional Designer

A: What do you work as? B: ID. A: Oh, Interior Designer. B: Erm…Instructional Designer. Those who are not from the eLearning industry may not […]

Rapid Instructional Design With SAM

SAM, which stands for the Successive Approximation Model, serves as an iterative design and delivery model to meet the immediate demands of usable training collateral. […]

What The TV Show "Cops" Can Teach Us About Designing Addictive Training Experiences

Did you know that the TV show "Cops" always includes a chase scene before the first commercial break? Have you ever tried to change the […]

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