eLearning Design and Development

Read the top articles about eLearning Design and Development. Principles, important information, tips and best practices from the leading eLearning portal.

September 25, 2013

The Concept Of Individualized Learning Plans In eLearning

Individualized Learning Plans constitute a user-specific learning program or strategy that resembles a mapped academic plan, reflecting each learner’s unique set of strengths, weaknesses, goals, needs, abilities, preferences, and interests. It constitutes an educational technique, undoubtedly easier to implement in the field of eLearning.

by Christopher Pappas
September 17, 2013

Top 5 Ways to Use Mind Maps for E-Learning

Are you interested in improving your eLearning? These 5 techniques will help you leverage the power of Mind Maps and encourage you to utilize online Mind Maps in particular. Follow these tips to transform your eLearning using online Mind Maps.

by Andrea Leyden
September 6, 2013

8 Ways Your eLearning Content is Losing

When the content of your eLearning falls flat, or it just confuses the audience, it can be a stressful affair. From broken narratives to distracting designs and grammatical errors, see why your learners might be looking the other way.

by Kyle O'Brien
August 20, 2013

Tell Μe Α Story

The age-old question: how do you engage learners? And how do you make your training stick? The answer may be simple—just go back to how we were taught as kids, and tell the learner a story.
by Jessica Martello
July 17, 2013

5 Steps To Create And Deploy A Successful e-Learning Course

Before you begin to develop your next e-Learning course, it’s important to first define the goals and purpose of the course. Are you looking to create a simple, user-friendly course or a more advanced course involving branching and scenarios? Take a look at your audience, skill set and authoring tool and outline your plan before you begin the e-Learning development process.
by Kristen Marshall