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Blended Learning In Today’s Workplace

Free eBook: Blended Learning In Today’s Workplace

It is a well-known concept within the eLearning field that knowledge retention is enhanced when we add new elements to the learning experience. Combining online instruction with in-person interaction results in a more robust learning experience and helps employees preserve the information very quickly; especially if the only other alternative would be a two-hour speech or video without any interaction. If we integrate the training into a classroom session which includes in-person discussion, employees will be taking and maintaining a much more active approach to an interactive role towards the instructional process. It will serve as an anchor in the new learners' mind. Now that is just one definition of blended learning...

A Practical Guide On How To Start With eLearning Storyboards

A Practical Guide On How To Start With eLearning Storyboards

What an architectural plan is for civil engineers, an eLearning storyboard is for eLearning developers. Exactly as the architect conceptualizes the building, and provides a plan to be used by civil engineers and constructors, in the same manner, the Instructional Designer conceptualizes the eLearning course deliverable and writes down every single detail of it, providing a complete guide in terms of content, audio, visuals, and interactive elements to be included, so that all members involved in the eLearning project can be on the same page throughout the eLearning course development process. In this article, I’ll provide you with a practical guide on how to start working with eLearning storyboards.