Posts by Diane Elkins

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Folder Structure for Your E-Learning Files

Have you ever been in someone else’s kitchen and had to look in every single drawer before you finally found...

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Should I Lock the Navigation on Our E-Learning Courses?

When we are doing the initial analysis and design of a course, the navigation options are key components we need...

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How Can E-Learning Be Shorter Than Classroom Learning?

An industry rule-of-thumb is that you can accomplish the same thing in e-learning as in the classroom in half the...

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Estimating E-Learning Course Length

Knowing how long a course is going to be is important for many reasons.  In an ideal world, a course...

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Update to ZebraZapps Makes It More Appealing

While we regularly write about Articulate, Lectora, and Captivate, we are often asked our opinion about ZebraZapps.  I’ve been impressed...

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Nailing Down Review Cycles

If you’re not careful, you can spend more time in review cycles than in production for your e-learning courses.  In...

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Special Thanks to the E-Learning Dream Teams

Last week at Learning Solutions in Orlando, we showcased two of our client’s courses in SolutionsFest.  The event includes a people’s-choice...

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Is Lectora Still Relevant?

Lectora celebrated the release of version 11 last week.  This version marks a drastic interface redesign that uses a tab/ribbon...

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E-Learning Authoring Tool Comparison

We get lots of questions about our opinion on the major e-learning authoring tools.  A while back, I did a...

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Don’t Throw the Baby Out With the Multiple-Choice Bath Water

Multiple-choice questions are often maligned by instructional designers. I’ve heard the following at conferences. “Multiple-choice questions don’t measure anything.” “It’s too easy...

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