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The Ten eLearning Commandments [Infographic]

By | on 29, Dec 2016 |   eLearning eLearning tips

Malcolm Gladwell, author of ‘Outliers’ says that to truly master something takes 10,000 hours of practice. That’s a long time. But while Gladwell is probably not too far off the mark, we’d add one sma[...]

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The 5 Best Ways to Research Your eLearning Course Target Audience

By | on 10, Dec 2015 |   eLearning tips

Although it might seem absurd to design training without the end user in mind, an audience analysis is an extremely important yet often overlooked element of instructional design. Before creating an e[...]

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Rock Your eLearning Course Intros With These Ideas

By | on 25, Jun 2015 |   eLearning tips

You have 60 seconds to hook, engage, and keep learners in your course. Within these 60 seconds,you have to make a connection with your audience of learners, introduce them to your course, and show the[...]

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Struggling to Keep Learners Engaged? Get Back to Basics

By | on 16, Jun 2015 |   instructional design eLearning tips

Remember how you learned math? You went through four stages. You learned what adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing mean (tell). Then your teacher taught you how to add, subtract, multiply, a[...]

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7 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your eLearning Courses (Plus 25 Solutions)

By | on 26, May 2015 |   eLearning tips

They say, one rotten apple spoils the whole basket. If you are an instructional designer, you are probably nodding your head in agreement. Someone somewhere churns out a few trashy courses and manages[...]

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Bullets in eLearning: Friend or Foe?

By | on 21, May 2015 |   eLearning tips

OMG! Did you just shoot the learner? What did you do? Did you misfire a bullet? Or did you pump in too many bullets? Be careful. The bullet is a powerful weapon. You must use it wisely to create the r[...]

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8 Signs You Were Meant to Be An E-Learning Designer

By | on 07, May 2015 |   eLearning tips

Whether you’re an aspiring eLearning designer or a seasoned pro with years of experience, there are some key characteristics that predispose people to succeed at this industry, and we’ve listed them h[...]

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Improve Learner Engagement by Using Plutchik's Wheel of Emotions

By | on 07, Apr 2015 |   eLearning tips

What do you remember more vividly? The steps of installing a piece of new software on your computer or the episodes from your favorite TV drama? Human beings are more swayed by emotions than by a bunc[...]

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