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How can you make animations for learning that are effective? Why do so many animations fail to yield results? Find the answers here.
This is the perfect time for a personal learning environment refresh. Use one of these models to refresh your self-directed learning strategy.
Best practices and tips for the diverse types of writing instructional designers do, including varied types of eLearning scripts.
If you don’t have the right strategy or tool to solve a problem, consider looking at ways to affect behavior change. In this episode, Julie Dirksen explains how to apply a behavior change model to instructional design.
If you want to create well-designed and thoughtfully planned eLearning that builds complex skills, then relying on the storyboard process is your best bet.
As learning designers, what do we do to reduce friction? Here are some ways to reduce user friction in eLearning.
Using data and analytics for instructional design may seem difficult. But Megan Torrance explains it in simple terms. Listen in to level up your ID skills.
The Accidental Instructional Designer has a second edition! Author Cammy Bean provides the big picture view of the learning and development industry.
Usability of learning designs should include ease of use as well as instructional effectiveness. In this episode, we discuss many aspects of usability.
In this episode, two researchers discuss how LXD adopts and adapts methods to improve the usability and outcomes of learning design.
What about gathering audience data before you start to design? Lori Niles-Hofmann explains how.
In this solo episode, I talk about the diversity of career paths in instructional design for people who are trying to break into the field.
When you create surveys for instructional design do you use a process that will get the most accurate results? In this episode, I explore survey design with forms specialist, Caroline Jarrett.
Jobs To Be Done can help you address the functional, emotional and social aspects of learning.
In this episode, we’re exploring the wonderful world of no code tools. These are powerful apps that you can use without programming.
We’re living in a time of exploding change and disruption. I speak with Brandon Carson who shows how Learning and Development can lead the way through the digital age where learning is the new business strategy.