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3 Big Don’ts When Converting Instructor-Led Training to eLearning

By | on 23, Jul 2020 |

With benefits like automation, consistent messaging, wider reach, and the ability to provide 24/7 learning, eLearning is an option that more and more companies have started to embrace. But now what do[...]

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Best Practices to Convert Instructor-Led Training to eLearning

By | on 15, Jul 2020 |   eLearning

Today, the question is no longer if eLearning benefits your business; the real question is whether you can afford not to join the trend. Year after year, eLearning  has proved to be more competent and[...]

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4 Questions That Will Lead You to the Perfect eLearning Course

By | on 12, Mar 2020 |   instructional design eLearning

As an instructional designer, your primary goal is to develop effective eLearning courses. You should address the objectives for each lesson, use the correct instructional method to meet the needs of [...]

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7 Brainy Ways to Boost Knowledge Retention in eLearning

By | on 29, Feb 2020 |   brain learning

We remember the scenes and dialogs from some movies long after we have seen them. Some songs continue to haunt us even though we have not listened to them for ages. We can still recite rhymes and poem[...]

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Why Reading on Mobile is Different (And What Course Designers Can Do About It)

By | on 19, Feb 2020 |   mobile learning Instructional & Graphic Design

If you are a trainer, an HR manager, or an online course designer, you know it is now time to design and develop courses for mobile users. With high-end smartphones that stream at 4K speeds, increased[...]

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Why You Should Be Designing eLearning Courses Backwards

By | on 09, Feb 2020 |   eLearning design

 Isn't it natural eLearning courses should be designed around how the learners are expected to perform in certain situations? This is called backward design, where you keep the end in mind before deve[...]

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Five Rules of Engagement All eLearning Designers Should Live By

By | on 30, Jan 2020 |

As a course designer, you are eager to offer the most helpful and engaging courses available to employees. However, to succeed in this mission, you must create the perfect balance between the right in[...]

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6 Essential Graphic Design Principles to Guide Your eLearning Course Design

By | on 23, Jan 2020 |   eLearning design

While a great eLearning design can act as a tonic and engage the learner at an optimum level, a bad eLearning design can lull the learners to sleep.  That's right, how your learners perceive the instr[...]

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