eLearning Design and Development

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Creating e-Learning On A Mac

Creating e-Learning On A Mac

Mac users, this post is for you! e-Learning developers share a lot of tips and products for designing e-Learning on PCs, but what happens when you want to create the same-quality e-Learning course without giving up your Mac?

5 Tips To Use Mistake-Driven Learning In Your eLearning Courses

5 Tips To Use Mistake-Driven Learning In Your eLearning Courses

Mistakes should not be perceived as errors, but as opportunities to expand our educational horizons. But how can you give your audience the chance to learn from their mistakes, instead of treating them like obstacles in the learning process? In this article, I'll share tips that will help you design eLearning experiences that allow your learners to benefit from their own mistakes.

6 Steps To Easily Create eLearning Courses

6 Steps To Easily Create eLearning Courses

To create an eLearning course doesn't have to be a next-to-impossible feat, even if you don't have much prior experience within the eLearning Industry. In this article, I'll present you the steps that can help you to conveniently and easily create eLearning courses that will help your learners achieve their learning goals and objectives.

6 Tips For Closed Captioning eLearning Courses

6 Tips For Closed Captioning eLearning Courses

Adding closed captioning to your eLearning course may be a good investment of both time and resources, but it also enables you to bring all of the benefits your eLearning courses offer to the deaf and/or hard of hearing learners. In this post I'll share some tips on how to add closed captioning to your eLearning courses.

6 Tips To Integrate Drag and Drop Interactions Into Your eLearning Course

6 Tips To Integrate Drag and Drop Interactions Into Your eLearning Course

Interactivity is key to any successful eLearning experience, and to integrate drag and drop interactions into your eLearning course can make it engaging, immersive, and exciting for your learners. In this article, I'll share tips on how to successfully integrate drag and drop interactions into your eLearning course, as well as how to give effective feedback for your drag and drop learning activities.

Top 5 eLearning Translation Mistakes You Should Avoid

Top 5 eLearning Translation Mistakes You Should Avoid

Translating your eLearning course for global eLearning audiences offers a wide range of advantages. However, you can only reap these rewards if you manage to successfully localize your eLearning course for your international learners. In this post I'll share some of the most common eLearning translation mistakes that you'll want to avoid.

Tips To Use Learners’ Imagination in eLearning

Tips To Use Learners’ Imagination in eLearning

Learning is mainly viewed as a practical and “down-to-earth” process. Therefore, imagination, which is one key area of the brain, is often left by the wayside during the eLearning design and development process. In this article, I'll share some tips that will help you to tap into the imagination of your learners and use it to your advantage.

7 Tips To Create Attention Grabbing eLearning Course Titles

7 Tips To Create Attention Grabbing eLearning Course Titles

Creating powerful, attention grabbing eLearning course titles may seem like an easy feat. However, creating eLearning course titles that attract the right audience and give them a clear and concise glimpse of the benefits they can expect to receive from the eLearning course can be quite a challenge. In this article I'll offer tips on how to create winning eLearning course titles.

10 Tips to Use Flashcards in eLearning

10 Tips to Use Flashcards in eLearning

In this article, I'll share 10 great tips to use flashcards in eLearning. If you are planning to utilize flashcards in eLearning courses, these tips will give you the opportunity to not only boost the excitement factor for your learners, but to also enable them to acquire and retain more effectively the knowledge offered during in the process.