eLearning Design and Development

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November 22, 2016

3 Ways To Personalize eLearning

When you personalize eLearning, you give your learners an opportunity tell you what they want to learn about. Successful learning designers use personalization to create richer, more engaging experiences. Here are some best practices to follow when personalizing your learning content.
by Steve Penfold
November 19, 2016

The 4 Types Of Compatibility Standards In eLearning

If you are getting started with eLearning, your focus should be more on the standards in eLearning. This is because standards can improve the quality of your eLearning courses. In this article, we will see the compatibility standards in eLearning which address the relationship between the course and a Learning Management System.
by Ayesha Habeeb Omer, Ph.D
November 13, 2016

5 Instances To Consider Offering Test-Out eLearning Assessments

Is every online learner going to benefit from your eLearning course? Or are there some who already know the topic inside and out? In this article, I'll highlight 5 instances when you may need to include test-out eLearning assessments. I will also give you 2 extra tips on how to integrate test-out eLearning assessments into your eLearning course design.
by Christopher Pappas
November 11, 2016

Information Processing Basics: How The Brain Processes Information

The brain is often likened to a processor. A complex computing machine that takes raw data and turns it into thoughts, memories, and cognitions. However, it has its limits, and Instructional Designers must know the boundaries before they can create meaningful eLearning courses. In this article, I'll explore how the brain works, from its basic biological and memory functions to its ability to process information. I'll also share 3 tips to help you create an eLearning course design that facilitates knowledge absorption and assimilation.
by Christopher Pappas