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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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Book Review: 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People

I’ve read some really fantastic books and some not-so-wonderful books. When it comes to e-learning, Dr. Susan Weinschenk has put...

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Mobile E-Learning Development: Three Important Questions to Ask

After attending the recent DevLearn 2012 conference and working with clients on mobile e-learning development, I’ve come to believe that the questions you...

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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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Vote for…Better Courses!

I’m sitting in my office right now, working on an e-learning course with Election Day coverage on the TV. This...

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Recap of The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference

Rod and I had the chance to go to Las Vegas last week for DevLearn 12.  Here are some of...

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Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Next Conference

The learning and training industry is fully immersed in conference season right now! With Learning 2012 having just wrapped up,...

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Three Quick Tips on Graphic Design in E-Learning Courses

Last week, Desirée wrote an excellent blog about the need for balance and consistency in the writing in your e-learning...

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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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