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.

November 29, 2012

Test And Assess – Be A Curator!

Paint cures but what’s that to do with testing? Curation as a process has been going on a long time; you probably had teachers who shared reading lists, sites of interest, things to do on your next family vacation.
by William J. Ryan
October 5, 2012

eLearning 101 Part 4: Developmental Process

eLearning 101 Part 2: Planning eLearning, describes best practices on script writing In eLearning 101 Part 3: Developmental Roles, discusses the communication process. eLearning 101 Part 4: Development Process, provides a more detailed development process.

by Anita Horsley
October 1, 2012

eLearning 101 Part 3: Development Roles

eLearning 101 Part 3: Development Roles includes the roles and responsibilities that are included during the development process. Some roles are mandatory during any course development process, while other roles may be optional depending on the needs of the course.
by Anita Horsley
September 22, 2012

eLearning 101 Part 2: Planning

Planning your eLearning course is the most important step. The worst experience anyone can encounter in an eLearning environment is finding traditional written training materials simply moved to the computer screen. Talk about a high snooze-factor! And this is not only boring -- it's ineffective training and a waste of time for everyone involved.

by Anita Horsley
September 14, 2012

eLearning 101

eLearning 101 is the first of a five part series that covers the basics of what developers should know about building online courses.

by Anita Horsley
August 28, 2012

Top 5 Tips To Convert Your Traditional Course Into An eLearning Format

Several eLearning professionals in the eLearning industry want to convert their f2f courses into an eLearning format. However, some of them do the same mistake again and again: they simply move their content such as PowerPoint presentations, videos, audios, and documents to a Learning Management System using an eLearning Content Authoring tool. In my opinion, they have just converted their traditional courses to an electronic format. In this article I'll present the top 5 tips to convert your face to face courses into an eLearning format.
by Christopher Pappas