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How to Use The 5 "Moments of Need" Model In Corporate eLearning

How to Use The 5 "Moments of Need" Model In Corporate eLearning

In this article, I'll share how you can use the 5 “moments of need” to your advantage when designing eLearning courses and training events. Capitalizing on these “moments of need” when designing and developing your eLearning courses will help you to create deliverables that improve knowledge absorption and retention, which is the ultimate goal of any learning experience.

How to Choose the Right Instructional Design PhD Program

How To Choose The Right Instructional Design PhD Program

If you're interested in Instructional Design at the University level, or if you want to expand your instructional design knowledge base even further, then you may want to consider an instructional design PhD program. These programs are ideally suited for those who have prior experience in the educational sector and want to gain a more comprehensive understanding of Instructional Design technologies, theories, and models. In this guide I'll highlight some Universities that you may want to consider, but first I'll share some tips that will help you choose the right instructional design PhD program for you.

Gamification In Learning Featuring Gains Through A Serious Game Concept

Gamification In Learning: Featuring Gains Through A Serious Game Concept

Wikipedia defines Gamification as "the use of game thinking and game mechanics in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems”. While Gamification has been applied in several domains, our focus has been on its application in learning. Research certainly confirms the advantages of learning through Gamification. Let me share a case study that compares the gains in learning achieved through serious game concept vs a traditional eLearning approach.

Mobile Learning meets E-Memory

Mobile Learning meets E-Memory

Studies suggest that access to the limitless information on the internet has changed the way our memories work. Researcher Robert Clowes argues that we now have two memory systems: an old system – our brains – and a newer system he calls E-Memory. If E-Memory is indeed the direction in which our memories are evolving, Mobile Learning is critical to effective talent development!