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270 Free eLearning tools

There are many tools on the market that instructional designers can use to create their eLearning courses. While these tools make it possible to develop highly effective and interactive materials, they are very expensive especially for designers on a shoestring budget. Luckily, there are alternatives...

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Books in Your ELearning Library

ELearning professionals constantly look for ways to increase their knowledge about instructional design  and  eLearning topics. Below are some resources that, I think, should be added to the library of any learning and performance professional. ELearning and the Science of Instruction. Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia...

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Synchronous vs. Asyncronous ELearning

Today, I want to talk about synchronous vs. asynchronous eLearning.  Most clients who request eLearning courses are unaware of these two options. Furthermore, most of the time, they seem to think that asynchronous is the way to go. However, this is not always true. Before...

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Video-based ELearning

Traditional learning saw teachers "pushing out" pre-determined syllabi to students over a pre-defined period of time. Over the past decade, however, eLearning has changed that approach of delivering education. As the age of the intra and internet progressed, instructional design has evolved from the "push"...

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