Technology Drivers & Elearning|Takeaways from DevLearn 2019

Last month I was at DevLearn in Las Vegas. As usual for a really good conference, I left with a stretched mind and new perspectives […]

Effective Elearning and the Template Dilemma

Do you use templates when building elearning? I’m a big fan of templates (as I am of other methods of standardization). I love the idea […]

The Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning [Infographic]

This “Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning” infographic explains why accessible elearning—online training that provides a welcoming (rather than frustrating) experience for all—is an important […]

3 Keys to Creating Effective Training

Last month, I discussed choosing a training method. In that commentary, I suggested that you choose a method that would be effective. This month, we […]

Choosing a Training Method: 3 Things to Consider

Sure, you’ve got a training need—but the format? When you’re faced with choosing a training method, here are tips on deciding direction. Picking the Right […]

Microlearning—Is it a Good Fit for Your Training Program?

Organizations are finding that microlearning creates effective training more quickly and less expensively than traditional courses. Is microlearning right for you? Here are a few points […]

Accessibility Expertise: Determining Where It Belongs in Elearning Development

Building accessible online courses requires specialized skills—but do all accessible elearning development skills reside in a single role? Manage Accessible Elearning Development by Looking at […]

But What Could *Possibly* Go Wrong? Testing Your Online Course

Testing Your Online Course: How to Evaluate Elearning Functionality before Launching How does testing fit into elearning development? It’s tempting to assume, when an elearning […]

Empowering Learning Development Project Managers 

 Two Types of Power to Move Your Learning Development Project Forward What Does a Project Manager Do, Anyway?  We’ve talked about project management quite a […]

The SME Role in Course Development

What Does a Subject Matter Expert Do, Anyway? SMEs May or May Not Be Instructors Subject matter expertise can be part and parcel of instructing. […]

The Indispensable Role of Clients in Learning Projects

The Client Role in Learning Development: How Much Do You Really Need to Be Involved, Anyway? If you engage a learning company to help create […]

Instructional Designer and Course Developer: One Person or Two?

Why Use Both an Instructional Designer and a Course Developer: Won’t One Person Suffice? Continuing our discussion about roles in a training team, this month we’re looking […]

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