Wednesday, 09 October 2013 13:29
We often hear about the debate of how Subject Matter Experts meddle with Instructional Strategies and how Instructional Designers do not have the freedom to develop their own product. In this debate we often forget about the target audience, and finally end up creating something for the Subject Matter Experts. This article talks about how sticking to the Instructional Design basics would help satisfy both the Subject Matter Experts and the target audience.
Wednesday, 14 August 2013 16:25
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Are you developing an e-Learning course on a tight budget? Do you have a limited amount of time to create a course that will still dazzle your learners? If you’re nodding your head yes, then you’re not alone.
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 22:21
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Would you like to know why PowerPoint is a fantastic tool for outlining, or storyboarding, your e-Learning courses?
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 15:23
Would you be interested to know how Rapid eLearning Development provides additional value to an eLearning Project? Also, at this post I will explain 3 important reasons to choose Rapid eLearning Development vs Traditional eLearning Development.
Wednesday, 03 July 2013 12:24
When it comes to eLearning, content means everything. So even though eLearning technology, structure, presentation and effective assessment methods are key factors for a successful eLearning course and an enriching learner’s experience, if eLearning content is not masterfully designed, all the rest will just go down the drain. So, the questions is how to measure eLearning content effectiveness?
Monday, 22 April 2013 13:30
Recently, the ever increasing use of tablets has made eLearning developers slowly move away from Flash and has brought HTML5 to the forefront of eLearning. But is HTML5 ready to assume this demanding role?
Thursday, 11 April 2013 19:54
One of the questions that I’m regular asked by clients and elearning developers is When is an elearning project finished? This can be a tricky question to answer if you don’t have an agreed end point or you have a maintenance contract.
Sunday, 31 March 2013 21:46
Several eLearning professionals wonder "what happens with the eLearning content they create for a company"? Do eLearning developers have the right to maintain copyrights and reuse their eLearning work or their employer is its sole owner?