The Learning Theory Of Cognitive Development In eLearning

There has been an ongoing debate amongst educators about the role of memory versus intelligence in fostering effective learning. It has long been held that […]

2018 Key Issues in Teaching and Learning

2018 Key Issues in Teaching and Learning — from educause.edu      

How to know your learners better than they know themselves

We all know it’s vital to keep the learner at the centre of any learning solution. But, more often than not, this still seems to be […]

eLearning Authoring Tool Comparison

There are lots of eLearning authoring tools out there. And you probably don’t have the money or time to work with all of them. Here’s […]

Using Multiple Screens for Instructional Designers

Efficiency Gains with Multiple Monitors I have been using three monitors for the last 5 months and I’ve noticed that I seem to be working […]

Make a Learning Love Connection: Five FACTS for Better e-Learning Courses 

by Ann Iverson, instructional designer | @iverson_ann What is love, really? We can love our cars, homes, and flat-screen TVs, but purists will tell you, “You can’t […]

The Four Components of Learning Environment Modeling Language

Virtually There Session Recap Do you feel like you’re missing something from your instructional design toolkit? That one resource, approach, or process that would create a […]

Podcast - The Missing Piece of Great eLearning: An Interview with Marie Hoffman

When we begin creating eLearning or video elements for blended learning, our first thought often includes technology. We invest in platforms to create high-end designs. The […]

LxD is the new Instructional Designer

The UX designer in your office might have rockstar status, but could UX designers 15 minutes of fame be up? While there’s definitely still room […]

Discovering Instructional Design 15: The ASSURE Model

ASSURE is an acronym derived from the key verb-descriptor of the tasks associated with the approach. The ASSURE model proposes a 6-step guide for instruction; […]

Course Content Matters More than Technology

A common trap for people getting into the online course space is to put too much value on the technology tools they use and too […]

The Design Thinking Journey: Create User-Focused Learning by Lauralee Sheehan and Martin Whelan

Are you aiming to engage and delight learners with your solutions? Be innovative and human-centered by using a design thinking framework. Here’s how!

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