If you are frustrated with the limited models available for instructional design, then you’ll be interested in this conversation with Cathy Moore. She is the creator of Action Mapping, a model of training design that focuses on improving workplace performance.
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Have you ever had difficulty persuading a client to accept your course design? Here are ten strategies that may help you be more convincing.
A rapid approach for developing online courses is not the best approach, but if you’re in a rush or have limited budget, this will do.
Most eLearning is linear. However, nonlinear eLearning might be the best choice in many cases. Find out how to design nonlinear eLearning.
Learning professionals have been preparing for the changes in the modern workplace. Here are some ways we’ve been retooling instructional design.
If you want to learn more about instructional design, eLearning and how people learn, here is an updated selection of books for you to browse.
How instructional designers can keep their eye on the big picture and prevent a project from going down the wrong path.
Agile principles call for iterative and incremental development that improves as a project advances. It’s an effective way to make project corrections as requirements change. In this session, I speak with Megan Torrance about Agile project management for eLearning design and development.
Chunking information refers to the strategy of breaking content into bite-sized pieces so the brain can more easily digest new information. It reduces the load on working memory.
It’s difficult for some people to understand that instructional designers are content neutral. Here is how to work with any content.