eLearning Design and Development

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eLearning Localization Benefits and Tips

eLearning Localization Benefits and Tips

In this article, I'll go over the benefits of eLearning localization. I'll also share some eLearning localizations tips that you can use when you're developing eLearning courses for audiences around the world, in order to make the eLearning localization process less stressful, more effective, and more profitable.

4 Tips To Use Color in eLearning

4 Tips To Use Color in eLearning

In this article, I'll share the basics of using colors to enhance the aesthetic appeal and effectiveness of your eLearning deliverable. I'll even discuss how each color can create a specific mood or effect, in order to make your eLearning course more meaningful and memorable for your target audience.

Why and How To Use Performance Goals in eLearning

Why and How To Use Performance Goals in eLearning

Performance goals pertain to measurable skills and talents that can be achieved during eLearning. They can be beneficial in both public and private eLearning settings, given that they allow learners to explore their strengths and improve upon weaknesses by fine tuning behaviors. In this article, I'll talk about why performance goals add value into your eLearning deliverables, how to develop and use performance goals in eLearning, as well as how to link them into your eLearning deliverables.

Top 10 Tips to Use Word Clouds in eLearning

Top 10 Tips to Use Word Clouds in eLearning

This article offers a look at Top 10 tips to use word clouds in your eLearning deliverables. I'll share just a handful of the many ways that word clouds can help to motivate learners, prevent cognitive overload, and simplify even the most complex eLearning courses.

Key Tips for Working with Short Attention Spans

Key Tips for Working with Short Attention Spans

YouTube videos are usually about 3-4 minutes. An average phone call is less than 2 minutes, according to Statista . It makes sense—people have short attention spans. Research firm Basex says that unnecessary workplace interruptions take 28% of US workers’ days and $650 billion a year in productivity. So, how do you design effective e-Learning courses when your learners are easily distracted?