4 Lenses To Bring eLearning Instructional Design Into Focus With CCAF—Part 2

Let's look at CCAF Design for Instructional Interactivity through the perspective of different considerations for eLearning instructional design. This post was first published on eLearning […]

The Most Common Roles In An eLearning Company

Be the first to discover the roles within a team of eLearning professionals and their contribution to the final project completion. This post was first […]

Practical tips for designing and facilitating learning experiences for neurodiverse learners

In my previous article, I’ve touched on what neurodiversity is and, more importantly, what it’s not. Namely, that would be a strict association with an […]

Why instructional designers need to consider neurodiverse learners

With all the recent focus on diversity and inclusion, it’s high time instructional designers learn what neurodiversity really is and how they can adapt the […]

10 Tips for conducting a training needs analysis when faced with managerial demand

Whenever there is a team performance issue, the go-to people for most managers are the training specialists. In my many years of corporate L&D experience, […]

BOGEYMEN OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

I’ve been an Instructional Designer for many years now. I’ll admit we are an imperfect profession. After all, design lives in the space where there […]

MANAGING INFORMATION OVERLOAD

The common wisdom amongst instructional designers is to avoid creating an information overload. Don’t overburden the learner. Just keep things simple. Make it easy. Yeah […]

Micro and macro learning: a match made in L&D Heaven

Talking about learning in today’s corporate environment, even before 2020, has mostly been about microlearning. I’ve personally advocated for microlearning because the modern learner is […]

How to handle information overload in instructional design

Whenever I remember how I started my instructional designer journey, the image that comes to mind is an iceberg with only a small portion sticking […]

Adult learning theories for instructional designers: Transformative learning

We often hear about “A-ha!” moments in corporate learning, but not everyone knows how to create them intentionally. Instructional designers strive to make these happen […]

Adult learning theories for instructional designers: Experiential learning

Reading is good for the brain. Having decent knowledge about several fields comes in handy, especially if you strive to be an excellent conversationalist. However, […]

SMEs: Evolution Or Revolution In A Post-Pandemic World?

It is no secret that with the global effects of COVID-19 that all facets of business life have been impacted. This is especially true in […]

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