by Jeff Batt
Have you ever wanted to have different paths through your eLearning, based on the user’s knowledge or on user answers to questions? That’s part of what it means to make learning adaptable and personalized! This is key to getting your eLearning out of the one-size-fits-all approach that turns off so many learners. Here’s how to tailor eLearning to each learner if you are using Storyline!
by Barbara Opyt
What if you want to convert some of your instructor-led classroom training for delivery in a virtual venue such as live web conferencing? Not all classroom programs are ideal candidates for this, and you must take care to ensure the virtual delivery is effective. Here are tips to guide you in selecting content for conversion, and in making the necessary adjustments.
Interviewing a subject matter expert (SME) requires technique on the part of the interviewer. By using probing questions, you elicit the focused, relevant, engaging, and deep content-rich information that will support your instructional design. Here are five best practices to get the job done.
Has anyone ever told you, “I hate eLearning!” Rather than make you defensive, would this make you curious about the reasons they felt that way? The author of this article wondered how to avoid triggering anger and frustration among learners, and she came up with these five great tips. Incorporate them into your design thinking!
by Bill Brandon
"Social learning" is about more than using social media to support collaboration and learning. It goes beyond how people use Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and other media. Here are some research-based tips to guide you to leveraging the technology infrastructure and social learning to bring about behavioral change and desired results.
by David James
On Monday, our feature article addressed the frustrations employees feel as they struggle to keep up with advances in knowledge and practice, and offered general advice about strategy. In this article you will find additional tips that will help you direct your efforts in focused approaches that will lead to results.
On Monday, November 30, 2015, Adobe announced that Flash Professional CC will be replaced by Adobe Animate CC in early 2016. It’s the same program, only the name is changing. This change has sparked confusion and concerns, but here is some advice about what to do next.