Improve the effectiveness of performance-based learning with a plan for stakeholder engagement. Find out how to do this in performance-based learning.
eLearning design can be made effective by applying Gagne’s 9 events of instruction. Here’s more on each event and the ways to apply it in eLearning design.
Interactivities in eLearning are often limited to ‘click to reveal’ activities. How can you ensure eLearning interactivities are instructionally sound?
This blog will discuss a visual design model that will help to systematically plan and design the graphical elements of an eLearning course.
Graphics in eLearning simplify complex content. This blog looks at a taxonomy to plan for graphics in our eLearning based on their communication function.
You can’t afford to compromise on eLearning assessments, after investing in an effective course? Discover six common mistakes in eLearning assessments.
Visuals play an important role in eLearning and can’ be ignored. If you have questions on the usage of visuals in eLearning, check this blog for answers.
Though graphics in eLearning add aesthetic value, that’s not the sole purpose of a graphic. Find out why you can’t skip graphics in eLearning in this blog.
What does it take to design good eLearning assessments? Read this blog to gain insights on the design considerations for 4 types of eLearning assessments.
What is an eLearning prototype? What does it contain and what is its purpose? This infographic gives you information on the benefits of developing a prototype for an eLearning course.
Revamping old eLearning courses to match the learning requirements of tech-savvy learners is inevitable. This blog gives four signs to identify when it’s time to revamp eLearning courses.
A prototype is a mini version of an eLearning course. When selecting slides for a prototype, it is best to select a few that are representative of the various types used in the course. This blog talks about 5 benefits of using prototypes in eLearning.