How to Conduct an eLearning Task Analysis

Before starting development on a new eLearning project, it’s important to make sure you’ve collected and analyzed all the information used to justify the creation […]

A Quick Overview of Gagné’s 9 Events of Instruction Model in E-Learning

It was in 1965, Robert Gagné published ‘The Conditions of Learning’, which identified the mental conditions for learning. His work popularly called as Gagne’s assumptions, […]

My notes on “Teaching Law Students How to Become Metacognitive Thinkers: Helping Students Develop Their Mental Apps”

From DSC: With thanks going out to Nelson Miller, Associate Dean at WMU-Cooley Law School, a Professor of Law, and an author of many of […]

No-quiz retrieval practice techniques [Severs]

No-quiz retrieval practice techniques — from thatboycanteach.co.uk by Aidan Severs Excerpt: So, although quizzing is one popular (and easy) way of ensuring that facts are remembered and recalled, […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 6/18/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: Alternatives to using bullet points how VR helps us remember how data can drive strategy why […]

The A-Z of eLearning Acronyms (with bonus explanations from experts)

Acronyms are great for old-timers. They’re faster to say and easier to write. But for the uninitiated, they appear like just a pile of letters. […]

Want to Change Your Training Programs? Change Your Idea of Learning

Learning styles and 70-20-10, you’ve probably heard of them. Both have provided instructional designers with guidance for years. Well, according to expert Chris Osborn, we […]

What is SCORM & How to create a SCORM course with iSpring Suite

After you read this article, you’ll know what SCORM is, and how you can turn a simple PowerPoint presentation into… Read More

Rejection: An Instructional Designer's Tool For Getting The Job Done

People don't always know what they want but they can often reject what they don't want. This article discusses how rejection can be leveraged as […]

How to Create Simple Instructional Designs

As we know, often times less is MORE! This, of course, can apply to many areas of instructional design, as well as life in general! Related: […]

Best Instructional Design Reads for the Summer

Summer is almost here! Complement your essential summer reading list with these top instructional design books. The post Best Instructional Design Reads for the Summer […]

My Favorite Instructional Design Books for New eLearning Designers

When you’re new to eLearning, you might find yourself spending a lot of time learning how to use your very first eLearning authoring tool or […]

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