Posts by Desiree Pinder

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Review Cycles: Questions to Ask and Online Collaboration

Diane mentioned in her blog earlier this year that if you’re not careful you can spend more time in review cycles...

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The Artisan E-Learning Storyboard

The Artisan E-Learning team recently had a great discussion about best practices with Storyboarding. Our biggest discussion item was what...

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Concise Writing: Kick weak words out of your e-learning courses

In his last blog, Nick described his struggle with moving from scholastic writing where length is rewarded to a more...

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Working with E-Learning Vendors: Tips for Working with Vendors

Over the last few blogs, I’ve given some tips on how to find a vendor through a Request for Information...

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Working With E-Learning Vendors: Evaluating Responses to Your RFP

In my last post, I gave some tips on what to include in the Request for Proposal (RFP).  Now, let’s...

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Working with E-Learning Vendors: The RFP

Last month I gave some tips on how to create a Request for Information (RFI). This week let’s look at the Request...

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Working with E-Learning Vendors: Creating a Request for Information (RFI)

The selection of an e-learning vendor can seem challenging.  Maybe you don’t know what vendors can provide the exact product...

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New Year’s Resolution – 2013: Organize to Save Time

When I teach work/life balance, I teach about organization. Why? Because being organized increases productivity, decreases stress, and can even...

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Style Guides for E-Learning Courses

When I’m working with a new client and ask for the company’s style guide, I often get a blank look. ...

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Places Errors Hide in an E-Learning Course

As an e-learning project manager/designer/developer/writer/editor/[insert current hat here], it can be frustrating to stumble onto an error in your course....

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