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Proofreading and Editing Your ELearning Courses

Proofreading and editing your eLearning courses can sometimes feel a little awkward, to say the least. However, both proofreading and editing are the essential components of the eLearning development process. One of the best ways to catch mistakes is to create and follow a style...

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ELearning Graphic Design Tips

The responsibilities of Instructional Designers vary from organization to organization. While some companies do have Graphic Designers on the team, others require Instructional Designer to wear a hat of an artist.  Regardless of your responsibilities, it is suggested that you become comfortable with basic graphic...

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What is the Role of Webinars in ELearning?

Even though webinars have been around for a while now, many organizations still find them intimidating.  However, with proper planning, even a non-technical person should be able to conduct effective webinars.  Webinars can be used for just about anything starting from teaching people how to...

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To Score or Not to Score?

Instructional designers, especially those who work on federal contract, often experience the dilemma as to whether or not they should score assessments. While some believe that assessments must be scored; there are others, who do not feel that way. Learners who like scored assessments feel...

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Converting ILT to E-Learning

As eLearning gains popularity, many companies begin converting their already existing content into an eLearning format. While converting an existing training program is much easier than creating a new one from scratch, in order for the eLearning course to be a successful one, it is...

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Future of eLearning

The interest in E-Learning is clearly growing. Many organizations are replacing their classroom training with e-Learning and even colleges and universities beginning to offer an online version of most courses. There is some question as to whether E-learning will ever replace traditional classroom training. Undoubtedly,...

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Should Instructional Designers lock navigation?

When instructional designers are tasked with developing an e-Learning course, one of the dilemmas that they face has to do with navigation. While most e-Learning professionals believe that successful e-Learning courses should not be linear and therefore, navigation should not be locked, they still continuously...

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ELearning and HTML

Today, I want to talk about HTML5 and what it means for the eLearning developers. HTML5 is the latest standard for HTML. It is the combination of HTML, CSS3, and JavaScript. HTML5 was designed to deliver rich content without the need for downloading additional plugins...

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Mandatory Compliance Training Courses

All organizations at one point or another require their employees to take mandatory compliance training courses.  However, the more I think about these mandatory courses, the more I come to believe that they do not achieve their desired goal, which is changing people’s behaviors and...

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