eLearning Design and Development

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April 17, 2016

Creating An Adaptive eLearning Quiz With Storyline 2

You probably heard about adaptive learning, which is a learning model where the curriculum adapts to the learner. It can be achieved by branch scenarios, quizzing, and personalization tactics within an eLearning module. Here is how to create an adaptive eLearning environment and in particular an adaptive eLearning quiz with Articulate Storyline 2.
by Alexander Salas, CPLP
April 7, 2016

Distance Learning: 10 Ways To Keep Your Motivation High

While eLearning provides a convenient way to acquire knowledge, the lack of face-to-face and personal interaction poses a great challenge in sustaining interest in the course or program. This article provides 10 pragmatic ways for students to remain engaged in distance learning and complete their online course.
by Mary Kleim
March 19, 2016

5 Tips For Using The Testing Effect In eLearning

Memory is everything in eLearning; more specifically, long-term memory.  The measure of success for any eLearning course is whether online learners are truly able to retain, recall, and apply what they have learned. But how do you do ensure that the subject matter isn’t forgotten while it’s still stuck in their short-term memory?  In this article, I’ll discuss how to use the Testing Effect in eLearning, so that you can create eLearning experiences they are sure to remember. 
by Christopher Pappas
March 10, 2016

5 Hidden Benefits Of Conducting eLearning Audience Research

Discovering online learners' preferences and identifying knowledge gaps are some of the best known benefits of conducting eLearning audience research. However, there are also a variety of other advantages that you may not have even considered. In this article, I'll highlight 5 hidden benefits of researching your target eLearning audience.
by Christopher Pappas
March 6, 2016

5 Ways Of Using Formative Assessment For Actionable Data

Much of the focus in assessments is on outcomes: Did students meet learning goals? In an era of Big Data, we can learn much more by quantifying the learning process through increased use of formative assessments: Are students learning – and if so, how? Here are 5 ways of using formative assessment tools to generate more data.
by Edgar Wilson