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May 13, 2017

Considerations For Systems Simulations

Whether it’s to prepare a pilot for landing a plane or teach a child basic programming skills, there are certain things to consider before choosing to develop a systems simulation. This article explores these considerations and provides practical guidance to support your decision making.
by Henry Fuller
January 23, 2017

From Building Content To Meeting Today’s Job Needs

Last month, I felt compelled to write about a trend I’ve been seeing in our industry: Doing less with analyzing and meeting instructional and performance needs and doing more with building content. I think this started happening when rapid development tools could make anyone into a learning practitioner.
by Patti Shank, PhD
January 19, 2017

ADDIE Vs. Backward Design: Which One, When, And Why?

Opinion is divided between which of the two popular Instructional Design models is ideal for developing an online course. Both have their pros and cons, and it is quite likely that one of the two is better than the other in a specific situation. This articles explores the ADDIE vs. Backward Design dilemma.
by Partha Bhattacharya
November 22, 2016

5 Ways To Make Learners Receptive To Learning

An important ingredient for a course to succeed is make students receptive to learning. How can we get this right, opening up their minds for the possibility of learning, and thereby making full use of what the course has to offer? Read on to find out.
by Srividya Kumar