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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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