eLearning Articles

Aligning On Purpose Is The First Step To Learning Design

Aligning On Purpose Is The First Step To Learning Design

There is a common approach of first presenting, then exemplifying, assessing, and finally repeating when it comes to designing an eLearning course. Without that being totally wrong, it is not always the best approach for every learner or every need. If you’re interested in a framework for creating a more comprehensive view of your learner’s needs, read the following article.

3 Vital Points Of Outsourcing eLearning Development

3 Vital Points Of Outsourcing eLearning Development

You’ve decided to outsource the development of your eLearning, but how do you ensure that it is completed within your set timelines and budget? How can you ensure its success and a fruitful partnership with your vendor? Read this article for 3 factors that’ll help you in this quest.

5 Innovative Ways To Use eLearning Templates

5 Innovative Ways To Use eLearning Templates

eLearning templates are a quick and easy way to save time and design scalable eLearning courses. Can they really enhance the effectiveness of your eLearning course, though? Or are they just a shortcut to beat delivery deadlines? In this article, I’ll explore 5 innovative ways to use eLearning templates to achieve the desired results.

5 Myths About 70:20:10

5 Myths About 70:20:10

Internationally there are all kinds of discussions about the sense and nonsense of 70:20:10. The number of links is almost infinite and, in almost every language, there is something to be found.