eLearning Career

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December 10, 2014

Should an Instructional Designer Have an Advanced Degree?

As the field of eLearning continues to grow, so does the demand for instructional designers. If you look at job listings for many corporations, the listing specifies that they are seeking a qualified applicant who has an advanced degree. Is it necessary for someone to have a graduate degree in order to design quality training courses? It's certainly a matter of perspective with more than one opinion.
by Henson Gawliu Jr. | Digital Marketing Leader
October 28, 2014

8 Tips To Adopt an eLearning Mindset

In this article, I'll share 8 tips to adopt an eLearning mindset. Each technique can help you transform your mindset into one that is learner-centered, so that you can design memorable and meaningful eLearning courses and/or online training events for your learners.
by Christopher Pappas
October 4, 2014

7 Tips Every eLearning Freelancer Should Know To Land More Jobs

In this article, I will share 7 tips that absolutely every eLearning freelancer should know to land more jobs, even if you don't have any prior experience in the eLearning industry. By the time you're done reading these tips, you will have the insight and advice you need to start building your brand image, perfecting your portfolio, and edging out the competition to get more eLearning projects!
by Christopher Pappas
September 1, 2014

How To Choose The Right Instructional Design PhD Program

If you're interested in Instructional Design at the University level, or if you want to expand your instructional design knowledge base even further, then you may want to consider an instructional design PhD program. These programs are ideally suited for those who have prior experience in the educational sector and want to gain a more comprehensive understanding of Instructional Design technologies, theories, and models. In this guide I'll highlight some Universities that you may want to consider, but first I'll share some tips that will help you choose the right instructional design PhD program for you.
by Christopher Pappas