Posts by Desiree Pinder

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Using Parallelism in Your E-Learning Courses

In grammar, parallelism (also known as parallel construction or parallel structure) is using two or more similar words, phrases, or...

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Making Courses More Tablet-Friendly

As of February, 2012, 19% of American adults own a tablet (with a prediction that this number will increase significantly...

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A Recipe for Success: Recording Clear Audio for Your E-Learning Courses

The ability to record and edit audio is becoming easier and easier due to user-friendly technology.  Most computers are sold...

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Creating Conversational Narration for Your E-Learning Courses

When we talk to clients about audio narration, they all say they want it to sound natural and conversational. While...

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Lessons from LEGO®: Training Techniques to Encourage Learning

For my son’s 5th birthday, he got his first “real” LEGO set. Since it was for ages 5-12, I put it...

What is the Value of Games in E-Learning?

What is the Value of Games in E-Learning?

I was raised in a household where video games were not allowed. My mother believed they were a waste of...

Is Your E-Learning Résumé Sabotaging Your Success?

Is Your E-Learning Résumé Sabotaging Your Success?

A couple of months ago I blogged about and gave some tips on how to move from classroom to e-learning....

Career Moves: From Classroom to E-Learning

Career Moves: From Classroom to E-Learning

Some of the most talented people I’ve worked with in the e-learning industry were gently guided (and some violently “pushed”)...

Choosing the Right Character Names for Your Training Scenario

Choosing the Right Character Names for Your Training Scenario

I have a close friend who is having a baby and she pointed me to some very interesting websites she...

Training a Teenage Millennial

Training a Teenage Millennial

A couple of months ago I added some family members – my new husband and his two wonderful sons. My...

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