David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 3/30/20

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: Tips on how to increase your personal resilience during a crisis Ideas on how to reduce […]

5 tips to improve your e-learning

As E-Learning became one of the most effective methods of learning, so you must know the ways of using this method for better education. E-Learning […]

#346 Create a Wordcloud with your students using Mentimeter

We first introduced Mentimeter many posts ago and covered how to use it with a slide based question. In this video we show how Mentimeter […]

Rules of Engagement

In the eLearning space, a phrase that I see used a lot by designers and developers is their ability to ‘create engaging eLearning experiences’. But […]

Curated Industry Content for the Week of 07/11/16

Every Monday we curate a number of articles and blog posts that have relevance to members of the eLearning Guild Community, and to the learning […]

Effective Graphics

Everyone knows that graphics play a vital role in training. Good visuals help learners absorb material more effectively and make training memorable. Bad visuals, on […]

¿Una imagen? ¿Mil palabras? ¡Basta!

Tranquilo, Neo: no TIENES que elegir una pastilla (Fotograma: The Matrix, Warner Bros.) ¿Qué es mejor, una imagen o mil palabras? Cuando esta conversación pasa […]

Sorry, I don’t fit into a box!

Sometimes I like to write these waffles to reflect on a topic or to talk about something which is on my mind. Sometimes, I feel […]

5 Ways The iPad Revolutionized Education

The truth is, that it isn’t just the iPad. Tablet technology has revolutionized education. It has such potential to completely transform student learning, when used in […]

Thinking Visually for Instructional Design

For my first blog post with NAU’s Learning & Professional Development team, I deconstructed a lengthy definition of Instructional Design that I’ve kept tucked away […]

3 steps to better visual language skills

There is one language our brain is instantly capable of speaking, from birth. It is tolerated in primary school, seriously neglected in secondary, and by […]

Tips on How to Tailor to Specific Learning Styles

Instructional design is not for the faint of heart. You are designing modules for people to look at and learn from, and most of the […]

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