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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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Options for LMS

A decade or so ago, organizations, schools, colleges and universities had many options for commercial E-Learning development software products.  However, because of mergers and acquisitions, and Learning Management Software (LMS) industry consolidations, the options for developing and hosting E-learning courses have declined. As a result,...

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Rapid ELearning Tools Compared

Instructional Design theory is grounded in the belief that any learning that occurs is essentially a function of an instructional process. In other words, the more effective learning process an instructional designer builds, the better learning outcomes will be delivered. In addition to solid instructional...

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Do instructional designers need a degree?

Many colleges and universities offer degrees in instructional design, eLearning, and instructional technology. Most of these are graduate level programs. Very few colleges offer an undergraduate degree in instructional design. There are also certificate alternatives for those who want to break into the field of...

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