ELearning

How to Satisfy Different Generations of Learners

When instructional designers create eLearning courses, they do their best to address all learning styles. However, what many of us forget is that it is necessary to address learning styles across all generations. To do this, you should first conduct target audience analysis. If during...

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ELearning Development Checklist

Instructional Designers often look for a handy eLearning development checklist that they could use as a reference when they develop their courses or when they do that final check before hitting the publish button. I created a checklist below for my personal use. Not everything...

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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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