Wanted – Instructional Designer

Talent. How many of you out there today are looking to hire an instructional designer? How many of you have been forced err assigned to […]

Learning from marketing: 3 Tips for L&D professionals

I have to admit that at some point during my training career, I was thoroughly annoyed with L&D managers’ idea that we should be “selling […]

Giving a go to whiteboard animations in your training program

What a great time to be an instructional designer! All the tools, the apps, the technology, give you enough stuff to be endlessly creative and […]

How To Be An Exceptional Instructional Designer

How does an ordinary Instructional Designer succeed and become extraordinary? It takes more than creating effective content. Discover these top tips to become an Instructional […]

Things to consider when designing training to upskill remote workers

A version of this post was origianlly published on February 13, 2019 in TrainingZone. With geographical distance becoming more of an inconvenience rather than an […]

The DOs of training virtual global teams

The digital revolution has brought about a major shift in the way teams are created. Geography is no longer a factor as people don’t have […]

10 Cognitive biases that hurt learning and 3 that help

E-learning modules are created and deployed in order to fill a learning gap or bring some skills forward and drive a certain desired behavior. Sometimes […]

5 Essential Things That You Need As An Instructional Designer

Being an architect of learning, Instructional Designers construct meaningful learning experiences for learners. To successfully provide the best Instructional Design services in the design process, […]

The Elaboration Likelihood Method for instructional design

The digital revolution has brought with it a wide array of tools and apps for instructional designers to employ in order to make learning interventions […]

Combining the perks of VR training with xApi

Training has always been very important to modern organizations. Starting with onboarding and moving along with products and services, internal procedures and useful skills, employees […]

What L&D professionals need to know about curating learning content

In the beginning, there was the corporate trainer. He was in charge of conducting training needs assessments, designing and delivering learning programs meant to improve […]

Top 10 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your eLearning Voiceover Artist

Increasingly Instructional Designers are called on to curate voiceover for their projects to compete for attention in a peak TV era. How do you talk […]

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