Tuesday, 03 December 2013 14:39
What follows is not just a simple trip down the history of instructional design, its models and theories. Each of the following 33 instructional design milestones has been chosen not only for its importance in the field of learning, but also for its impact for future generations, research and various related disciplines, such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, demography, and even biology and physiology.
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 21:07
Published in General
From instructional design history to instructional systems design at this post you will find 5 awesome instructional design infographics!
Thursday, 21 November 2013 17:42
The key challenges in the design of any mobile learning content - here we’ll look at top tips to make mobile learning engaging for your audience.
Monday, 18 November 2013 17:47
Published in Organizations
Do you need to produce visually rich and professional-looking learning deliverables—without the benefit of a dedicated illustrator or animator?
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 15:26
Several professionals are involved in the instructional design field. However, do you know the full range of what an instructional designer do? A large group of ASU Instructional Designers and Technologists were asked to tell about the work they do!
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 07:56
Do you think about the impact of tiredness and fatigue on learning? What effect could these have on your training design? Well, unless you can regulate your learners' sleep patterns, tiredness may seem a little beyond your control. For fatigued learners the challenge is to pique their interest, so that a subject becomes fascinating. However, there are a couple of useful thoughts.
Thursday, 10 October 2013 14:21
When you send training resources out for review, are you getting back the type of constructive feedback you need? This article outlines 3 levels of review, and gives you 6 tips on how to apply these levels to get great feedback and take back control of the training resources review process.
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.
Friday, 20 September 2013 14:52
Today's Performance Support Platforms put aside the technical issues associated with performance support and recreate the need to consider basic instructional design methods when admitting real time learning.
Monday, 12 August 2013 09:31
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Today’s learners are faced with increasingly more distractions. In many cases, traditional ways of designing eLearning fail to gain and hold the learner's attention, and it’s difficult to justify the time and/or cost of many solutions.