Instructional design strategies bring life to eLearning courses, making learners active participants, and as a training manager, you need to be armed with the right information to take informed decisions. This post shares what you ought to know about instructional design strategies.
eLearning interactivity is the real ‘thought trade’ that is vital to enhance learning and performance. Designing and developing an effective eLearning course is not complete without including engagement and interaction – which improve attention and activate long-term memory.
Are learning objectives worth the hype? Well, they set the stage for eLearning design, ensure the right strategy is used, and more. Setting learning objectives at the onset is very important. Read on to know why.
Scenario-based eLearning improves decision making, problem solving, and critical thinking abilities. It offers experiential learning in a safe, simulated environment. Explore scenario-based eLearning here.
Learning objectives set the stage for an eLearning course and help define important aspects of it such as the strategy and duration. Here is a SlideShare on the fundamentals of learning objectives and their importance in eLearning.
What is the secret behind eLearning courses that make learners remember them for the longest time? Instructional Design Strategies! Discover 5 of our favorite instructional design strategies for creating sticky eLearning experiences.
Want to go the ‘microlearning’ way, but don’t know how to maximize its impact? This blog gives you five instructional design tips for effective microlearning content development – starting from covering a single learning objective to designing for mobiles, and more.
Are you ready for Instructional Design 2.0 for the modern-day corporate L&D? Take a look at this blog for some insights into Instructional Design 2.0 that includes new instructional design models, new-age strategies, and more.
How well do you know scenario-based learning? Well, I bet you didn’t know its types! Explore types of scenario-based learning for online training in the SlideShare below!
What’s the secret to framing effective learning objectives? Base them on Bloom’s taxonomy! Read our blog to know more about Bloom’s taxonomy and how it helps frame effective learning objectives.
Adding elements of empathy in your eLearning courses can help the learner form a better connection with the course and prevent disengagement. Read this blog to know how you can infuse empathy into your eLearning courses.
Question: Why incorporate storytelling in eLearning? The answer: Increased engagement and improved performance. Check out this SlideShare to know more about storytelling in eLearning for corporate training.