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Why Do You Need An Instructional Design Degree?

Why Do You Need An Instructional Design Degree?

The issue of whether an Instructional Design degree should be a prerequisite is a hotly debated topic in the eLearning industry. Some believe that earning a degree gives instructional designers the model, theory, and tech knowledge they need. Others are of the opinion that on-the-job experience and self-study can instill that same knowledge. In this article I will take a look at why you may want to consider an Instructional Design degree.

7 Reasons To Adopt An e-Learning Simulation In Your e-Marketing Course

7 Reasons To Adopt An eLearning Simulation In Your eMarketing Course

Giving dynamic and interactive lectures is an imperative for any E-Marketing instructor; therefore it is challenging to find a suitable e-Learning method that caters to the needs of your students. As an early adopter of a serious game - Simbound, designed as an e-Learning platform for E-Marketing instructors, I would like to share with you my own experiences, based on its capabilities in developing highly valuable skills in this domain. Find below 7 relevant reasons in adopting this simulation-based training platform into your E-Marketing courseware.

Instructional design trends 2015

2015 Instructional Design Trends Compass: Calling IDs to Action

Attention, fellow instructional designers! Our industry is all about learning and change, but our target audiences are not the only ones who should be learning. This in-depth article will help you stay at the forefront of 2015 instructional design trends. And it’s not just a list of the trends, but a “compass” with calls to action to help you implement them.

How To Undermine Your 1-to-1 Program... Without Really Trying

How To Undermine Your 1-to-1 Program... Without Really Trying

We’ve all read those articles on creating “good” 1-to-1 programs. But sure, while being good is, well, good, being devilish is sometimes downright fun. And how better to be mischievous and naughty than with technology, especially with something as comprehensive as a school or district wide 1-to-1 program? So if you are thinking about starting a 1-to-1 program—and want to channel your inner Voldemort (or maybe, more benignly, your inner Squirrel Nutkin) and create havoc in your incipient or future 1-to-1 program--this post offers 10 easy steps to get you started.

Disruptive Technology: mLearning In 2015

Disruptive Technology: mLearning In 2015

Technology has disrupted the way we learn and has forced us to exceed, at every step of the way, our expectations - of its advancements. Disruptive in every sense of the term, it has never ceased to amaze us. When online learning came into being, little did we realize that that was just the beginning of a series of disruptions – each one transforming lives and taking businesses and global economy to a higher level. How different will it be in 2015?

Pervasive Learning in eLearning

Pervasive Learning in eLearning

More often than not, the most memorable and exciting learning opportunities take place outside of formal learning environments. In this article, I'll talk about the basics and benefits of pervasive learning in eLearning, so that you can create eLearning experiences that are immersive, interactive, and collaborative for your learners.

The Many Sides of e-Learning

The Many Sides of e-Learning

e-Learning isn’t just for college classes anymore. Today, the many sides of e-Learning include everything from MOOCs and the education industry to workplace gamification and engaging scenarios. Because e-Learning has so many benefits, it continues to become more popular as a way to engage learners through games, interactive assessments and more—even in a corporate environment.

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