Thursday, 09 January 2014 19:55
This article suggests techniques an instructional designer can incorporate into eLearning projects in order to meet the needs of people with disabilities. The article also outlines steps for developing 508 compliant training courses.
Saturday, 05 October 2013 14:42
Zombies are all around us, and not just at Halloween. In addition to movies, television and pop culture – they have found their way into many Universities. Can eLearning be far behind?
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.
Friday, 12 April 2013 10:59
Some of the most rewarding moments in my career are times when a colleague or client asks with wonderment, “How did you do that?” after viewing an eLearning module or Just In Time training tool or resource I have created. My initial reply to this question is nearly always to list the learning technologies I used. I guess that somewhere in my mind I expect them to go out, get a copy of the software and start using the tool themselves, and so they really need this information. Silly, I know but without these tools, my job would be a lot harder.
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 19:22
Asking the right questions at the start of a project can save time, money and reduce the amount of re-work on e-learning projects. Before the instructional and graphic design starts there are some questions that should be asked at the start of each project. Do you take time to go through and set up your project or do your get straight into the design?