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by Bill Brandon

Darlene Christopher has written a book for new and experienced trainers alike that will guide them to delivery of instruction at a distance that is every bit as effective as it would be in the classroom. This one belongs on your shelf.

Review   |   January 21, 2015
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by Sarah Bright

If content is king in eLearning, graphic design provides the royal raiment that engages the learner’s attention and emotion. Dress (your content) to impress (the learners)! Here are 10 tips, 20 resources, and some do’s and don’ts that will make learning enjoyable (and fun to create)!

Tip   |   January 15, 2015
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by Marc Rosenberg

Classroom training just doesn’t seem to get much respect. But it should. It still has an important role to play in the learning ecosystem, for at least four significant situations, and this month’s column points out just what those are—and what they aren’t.

Column   |   January 13, 2015
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by Jane Bozarth

Here’s a review of the themes that stand out in Jane’s columns from 2014, to provide a launch pad for your work in 2015.

Column   |   January 6, 2015
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by Art Kohn

During the last 30 years, the notion of learning styles has become popular in corporate training. This month’s column explores the concept of learning styles and examines the evidence about its pedagogical effectiveness.

Column   |   December 17, 2014
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by Megan Torrance

We account for the unknown in project planning by padding our estimates of time and budget. Everyone does it, out of fear of the consequences of failing to meet commitments. A key shift necessary in adopting agile project management is to shed this mode of estimating the work at hand. Here is some expert advice on becoming fearless.

Feature   |   December 15, 2014
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by Mukta Raut

Although an eLearning module or course is more than the sum of its parts, despite our best efforts sometimes something seems to be missing. Often this is because the design or the execution needs a little help with meeting frequently encountered challenges. Here are basic solutions to five of the most common problem areas.

Tip   |   December 10, 2014
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by Andrew Hughes

While successful project management is often not easy, it is simple; this article summarizes the key guidelines. The half- dozen tips suggested in this article cover most of what you must do.

Tip   |   December 3, 2014
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by News Editor

The role of the instructional designer has come a long way from its roots in World War II. The eLearning Guild’s new research report, Today’s Instructional Designer: Competencies and Careers, examines where this important role is now and where it’s headed.

News   |   December 3, 2014
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by Jane Bozarth

At DevLearn 2010, John Seely Brown urged each of us to “expand your surface area”—in other words, to stretch our personal bubble of experience and ideas to other domains, beyond immediate work interests. Here are some suggestions that might prove useful in helping you push past the boundaries of your daily line of sight.

Column   |   December 2, 2014
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