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10 Things That Learners Pay Attention To (And How to Use Them in eLearning)

By | on 29, Sep 2017 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

Even more than other types of education, eLearning must struggle to attract learners' attention: the Internet is full of distractions, and adult learners are both busier and more free to indulge in di[...]

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A Place for Everything: Powerful Psychological Strategies for Use in Graphic Design

By | on 26, Sep 2017 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

Looking at websites of some of the biggest companies in the world (think Apple and Google), you’ll see they’ve come a long way regarding web and graphic design. From the days of cramming in as much co[...]

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What Happens Next? Post- eLearning Development To Do List

By | on 21, Sep 2017 |   eLearning

So, you have completed your eLearning course or module, and you are ready for learners to begin learning from it. Does this mean that you can move onto the next project and forget about the existing o[...]

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Delivering Engaging eLearning in the Experience Age: Diversifying Content for All Learners

By | on 19, Sep 2017 |   corporate training

In the past 200 years, we have seen the agricultural, industrial, and information revolution come to fruition. Our current revolution is that of experience. Everything from personal streaming to escap[...]

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Hold the Authoring Tool: What To Do Before Your eLearning Course Design

By | on 14, Sep 2017 |   eLearning

When you go into a fun house or corn maze, there are literally dozens of paths that you can try to take. What strategy do you take when trying to complete the course? Do you run as fast as you can, no[...]

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Theory to Practice: Actionable MicroLearning Tips

By | on 12, Sep 2017 |   corporate training

Micro Learning is a hot trend in eLearning design. We all know this. To get up to speed on the theory behind microlearning check out the resources at the end of the blog post. In the rest of this post[...]

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How to Start a High-Impact eLearning Program

By | on 05, Sep 2017 |   corporate training

As the workplace moves faster, learning and the designers who make eLearning possible must keep up to ensure employees can adapt. High-impact learning is the answer to this. It is not only fast-paced,[...]

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The Rapid Rise of Learning Pathways

By | on 31, Aug 2017 |   corporate training

We have access to virtually unlimited information at our fingertips these days. Sound instructional design takes all of this information that is whizzing by in all directions and creates structure aro[...]

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