David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/16/21

Over 18 months ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 9/23/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: An exploration in the foundational question “What is e-learning” A guide to experimenting and prototyping When […]

Building eLearning Mobile App: 7 Mistakes and Their Respective Remedies

Since mobile took over the web portals as the easiest way to access online content from a source that you rely upon, eLearning mobile apps […]

Best Practices — User Acceptance Testing, How and when to ask for client feedback?

zipBoard Digest Best Practices — User Acceptance Testing Is User Acceptance Testing the milestone stopping you? Are you struggling with validating end user needs? Do you wish […]

How online learning is making life easier?,Why is prototyping important?

zipBoard Digest Why E-Learning Resonates With Working Professionals The average full-time American employee works 40–50 hours a week, leaving very little time for family, vacation, […]

How to implement learner-centric approach to elearning, Why prototyping?

zipBoard Digest 7 Ways To Implement A Learner-Centric Approach To eLearning Design Learners are one of the most important stakeholders in an eLearning project. Designing […]

Which Prototyping Tools to use?

Top 10 prototyping tools to checkout “Any design based on a written spec is a design based on theory. A design based on a prototype is […]

Why is prototyping important?

What is prototyping? Why should we prototype? How does it helps? The journey of building a product involves various steps to reach the level where it […]

#DearID: Prototyping Tools

In this episode, I talk about prototyping tools that I’ve used in the past, and why prototyping is a useful communication practice. If you’re seeking […]

The Magic of Starting from Scratch: Five Ways to Optimize Learning Design Sessions

By Ann Iverson, Instructional Designer  Have you baked a cake lately? If so—and be honest—did you use the box, or did you make it from scratch? […]

The Minimum Viable Practice for Instructional Designers

You know what’s really cool? A couple of people at my job set up a neat experience for anyone who was interested to come together […]

Why you should be doing agile L&D development

Agile, iterative, successive approximation… There are many terms that broadly encapsulate the same concept: agile L&D development, or the delivery of small incremental value-add to […]

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