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5 Quick Tips for Improving Your Instructional Design
Moving a course from brick-and-mortar to online requires rethinking how you deliver content, replicate in-class interactions and pinpoint areas for improvement.
Prolific advances in mobile technology are driving fundamental changes in the way we live, work and learn. Just as rapidly, workplace learning is moving in the same direction, quickly making traditional training approaches obsolete.
Building Your Portfolio as an Innovative Instructional Designer
If you ask them, most hiring managers will tell you they don't particularly enjoy sifting through traditional resumes. Enter the Instructional Design portfolio.
7 Things to Consider Before Developing Your Online Course
This article will explore seven things that instructors should consider prior to developing an online course.
How Human Performance Technology & Learning Experience Design Are Integrated
Learning Experience Design encompasses the entire ecosystem of learning both on the macro and micro scale. A trend is occurring in the elearning space where Instructional Design models, and rapid elearning development tools have taken precedence over HPT.
The Many Hats of the Instructional Designer
Instructional design has evolved over the past couple of decades, and there is an ongoing need to promote the value and understanding of the ID professional role in talent development.
Tips To Enhance The Impact Of Content Curation In eLearning
Content Curation enables learners to find the most suitable and relevant content for their learning needs via a variety of different sources.
Microlearning In The Workplace: 15 Amazing Examples To Make Your Training Exciting
With learners lacking motivation to interact with workplace learning, organisations now see microlearning as an important tool for formal and informal training.
The Future of Instructional Design: Experience Design
Learning strategies are not equally effective. To start seeing effective learning we need to move from designing courses to designing authentic experiences.