eLearning Design and Development

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January 18, 2016

7 Tips To Create Hollywood-Worthy eLearning Videos

You don't have to be a movie producer to create top notch eLearning videos that wow your audience. As a matter of fact, the right tools can help you design online presentations that are powerful, profound, and perfectly polished. In this article, I'll share 7 tips to help you develop eLearning videos that are worthy of the silver screen.
by Christopher Pappas
January 16, 2016

Simplify eLearning Content Development With Visual Feedback

Subject expertise, design, development, delivery, oh my! That looks like a job for a lot of people. In my previous article, I talked about why an eLearning course review is essential. In this one, I’ll focus on content development teams and introduce you to a platform where you can collaborate with your team to review your courses during the production phase itself and deliver better products faster by simplifying content development with visual feedback.
by Utkarsh Talwar
January 14, 2016

5 Tips To Choose And Use Style Guides In eLearning

Authors and journalists aren’t the only ones who need to know about style guides. In fact, every eLearning professional who creates written online content for their eLearning courses should learn as much as possible about these standards. In this article, I will share 5 tips on how to choose and use style guides in eLearning.
by Christopher Pappas
December 24, 2015

7 Technical Pitfalls That Can Ruin Your eLearning Experience

eLearning experiences are, by nature, technology-based. As such, making sure that all of the technical elements of your eLearning course work perfect should be a top priority. In this article, I’ll highlight 7 of the technical pitfalls that eLearning professionals should avoid in order to boost the effectiveness of their eLearning course.
by Christopher Pappas
December 23, 2015

Insights On Insight (And The True Nature Of Neurolearning)

It was author and education expert John Dewey who said “We do not learn from experience… We learn from reflecting on experience”. Dewey probably didn’t know it at the time, but his ideas were firmly rooted not only in human nature, but also neurology. Today, we know much more about the brain and the way it adapts and learns; proving what may seem like an old-fashioned theory right. What follows are some thoughts on the true nature of neurolearning.
by Andrew Fayad