“There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new combinations indefinitely; but they are the same old pieces of colored glass that have been in use through all the ages.” Mark Twain
As the year draws to a close, I would like to share some interesting blogs with you on instructional design that helps to create effective and engaging eLearning courses. Efficient instructional design is the heart of a good eLearning course.
Now comes the big question “How can you create ‘the perfect’ instructional design strategy for your eLearning course?”
Well, here are a few top blogs on Instructional Design.
Instructional design is at the core of the custom eLearning development. This well written blog explains a few time-savers. By applying these proven instructional design tips, you can enrich your eLearning courses.
How can you create ‘the perfect’ instructional design strategy for your product training course? Effective instructional design strategies help learners gain better understanding of the working of products. Here is the post, which provides information on 4 smart instructional design strategies to design a product training course.
Do you want to create an effective scenario? Then, check out this post, which gives a few simple ideas to present scenarios, and these help learners understand the training context better and increase the interest levels of the learners.
Another blog that caught my eye was about Problem-based Learning (PBL). It provides very effective tips to make the best use of the instructional technique. It also discusses how PBL helps assess learners effectively, improve their analytical skills and “inject” life into the learning environment.
This is an interesting blog which clearly explains why we need to first understand the target audiences of our eLearning courses. It also gives some ideas that help to overcome possible learner disengagement in eLearning courses.
I hope you find these blogs interesting. Do you wish to add to this list? Please do so.