4 Barriers to overcome in an inclusive training environment

I’ve recently watched an interview with a leading actress in a popular period drama. She was saying how she never imagined she could ever be […]

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 […]

How to mentor an inexperienced instructional designer

With so many of the Baby Boomers retired over the past two years, combined with a global staffing shortage, your L&D department might have to […]

Less is more: The ideal length of corporate e-learning videos

If you are like me, you’ve watched some TV shows for hours and hours, usually late into the night, at least once. A lot of […]

In Memory – Corporate Instructional Designers

Let us take a trip back to the late 90s and 2000. After all, making one stop won’t be enough. For those of us who […]

Using Bloom’s Revised taxonomy to Align Objectives and quizzes

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Transformative Learning In The Workplace

This article explores the use of transformative learning in instructional design as a driver for organizational change. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Using the 5 Whys technique for better instructional design

L&D departments get training requests all the time. It’s a good thing because that the organization values learning. However, the result will be far from […]

Building a data-driven training strategy in 5 steps

It’s widely believed that data is the new gold. In a world of algorithms, the Internet of Things, and quantum computing, the amount of data […]

How to plan online training programs so you save time and money

I’m sure that most L&D professionals feel like laughing at the concept of planning e-learning. As crazy as the last couple of years have turned […]

What instructional designers need to know about blended learning

I’ve been in corporate training for well over a decade. Even back in my early days as an instructional designer, we tried our best to […]

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