Instructional Design

How to Organize Your E-Learning Content

How to Organize Your E-Learning Content with Sticky Notes

Developing an e-learning course from beginning to end is a complicated, multi-phased process—there’s no denying it. Each phase has its...

How to Create E-Learning Quizzes That Engage

How to Create E-Learning Quizzes That Engage

E-learning quizzes are usually boring. Your learners dread taking them, and you dread writing them. Good e-learning strips away ‘need-to-know’...

My Favorite E-Learning Resources

A couple of weeks ago, I was at ATD TechKnowledge in Las Vegas teaching their Articulate Storyline Certificate program. As...

Five Things to Include in Your E-Learning Scenarios

E-Learning scenarios are a great way to challenge your learners with real-life situations and to make your courses more interactive....

Five Reasons to Use Gamification in E-Learning

A few years ago, my husband and I went to a swanky Christmas party. My friend’s party had been a...

E-Learning Gamification Made Simple

We all love our buzzwords in the field of e-learning. Responsive design, localization, social learning, blended learning, flipped classroom, flat...

E-Learning Blog

Converting Classroom Training to E-Learning: Key Questions

Recently I’ve worked on several projects for clients where I converted their existing classroom training to e-learning. I usually had...

E-Learning Blog

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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