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Managing Cognitive Load

Managing Cognitive Load

Reducing cognitive load can make all the difference when designing great digital learning content. But, given the fact that most of us don’t have a degree in psychology, what exactly does cognitive load mean, and how can it be reduced? This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
Why Design Documents Are Vital For Creating eLearning Courses

Why Design Documents Are Vital For Creating eLearning Courses

No efficient action can take place without methodical forethought. In order to successfully carry out any undertaking, a blueprint or plan is of utmost importance. The same is true for eLearning courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
Dating Adventures: Leaving ID For LXD?

Dating Adventures: Leaving ID For LXD?

Be honest! You’re thinking about breaking up with Instructional Design and start dating learning experience design. Here are some data-driven best practices on how to set up your profile on a dating site! This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
JIT Learning And How It Leads To Learning Effectiveness

JIT Learning And How It Leads To Learning Effectiveness

In this article, I have highlighted how ‘JIT learning’ is the need of the hour rather than a luxury. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
6 Tips To Use Inquiry-Based Learning In Modern Online Training Experiences

6 Tips To Use Inquiry-Based Learning In Modern Online Training Experiences

Asking questions is the best way to gather information, which is the basis of learning. Can inquiry be effectively applied to modern training, especially in online settings? This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
9 Steps To Successfully Adapt Your Online Course For Face-To-Face Use

9 Steps To Successfully Adapt Your Online Course For Face-To-Face Use

Many articles exist to help you adapt your face-to-face training for online use, but what if you need to do the opposite? This article considers 9 simple steps to help you adapt your online course for face-to-face use. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
9 Steps To Successfully Adapt Your Online Course For Face-To-Face Use

9 Steps To Successfully Adapt Your Online Course For Face-To-Face Use

Many articles exist to help you adapt your face-to-face training for online use, but what if you need to do the opposite? This article considers 9 simple steps to help you adapt your online course for face-to-face use. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
8 Creative Ways To Spice Up Your eLearning Course Summaries And Recaps

8 Creative Ways To Spice Up Your eLearning Course Summaries And Recaps

Are you bookending your online course effectively and piquing the interest of your target audience? In this article, I’ll share 8 creative ways to jazz up your eLearning course summaries and recaps. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
How To Make Human Performance Technology More Agile

How To Make Human Performance Technology More Agile

There is a lot of synergy between Human Performance Technology (HPT) and Learner Experience Design (LXD), and they are intertwined. HPT looks at the ecosystem of the performer while LXD encompasses the ecosystem of the learning design. This article looks at how we make Human Performance Technology more agile. This post was first published on […]
6 Tech Writing Tips For Instructional Designers

6 Tech Writing Tips For Instructional Designers

You need a diverse set of skills to be an Instructional Designer, and those skills may or may not include writing. This article offers some help for those who do not consider writing to be one of their primary skills. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
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