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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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Designing for Motivation: Three Theories eLearning Designers Can Use

By | on 13, Jan 2020 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

Motivation. The word is bandied about too much these days. An entire body of literature has sprung up around it. There are coaches who teach people how to cultivate motivation. There are websites, cou[...]

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5 Rules for Creating Relevant and Fluff-free Courses

By | on 23, Dec 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

We, instructional designers, know the feeling. We take copious notes when we interview the SME, and when we return to our desks, we are at a loss wondering what information to include in the course an[...]

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6 Critical Factors that Affect How People Learn

By | on 12, Dec 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

A lot of research actually goes into a well-designed eLearning course. And like it or not, instructional designers have to dig deep into the psychology of learners, specifically how they learn and wha[...]

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A Template to Carry Out an eLearning Audience Analysis

By | on 21, Nov 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

Understanding the target audience is one of the cardinal rules of effective eLearning development. Knowing your learners helps you to shape your message in a way that's most likely to resonate with th[...]

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Conquering Content Curation: Best Practices for Instructional Designers

By | on 12, Nov 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

With the impressive array of content available from online sources and beyond, it’s no longer necessary to create everything from scratch. It’s also not feasible to do everything yourself when technol[...]

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The Art of Simplification in eLearning Design

By | on 31, May 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

eLearning courses are designed to provide students with helpful information and not to bombard them with irrelevant and unnecessary pieces of content. What many eLearning designers don't realize is th[...]

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10 Types of Visual Content You Should Use to Increase Learner Engagement

By | on 04, May 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

We love visuals. In fact, we are wired to respond more to visuals than to words. That is why we are so hooked to Pinterest and Instagram. This is also the reason why Facebook posts and tweets with ima[...]

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