In our days of ‘alternative facts’ I think myth busting is needed more than ever. So let’s bring in some fine examples of myth busting for learning professionals.
Stella Collins joins us for a discussion focusing on empathy in learning design, it includes topics like learner generated content and personalising learning.
Instructional Designers are indispensable in an eLearning courseware development process. They are involved since the identification of the learning need to the learning solution implementation phase. They understand the problem, develop corresponding solution and devise a plan for its effective implementation.
Want to become an instructional designer but aren’t sure how to get started? Read an interview with Kristy Anthony and change your career.
On Monday, we began our #AskMeMonday Twitter conversation where we solicit questions from our followers, answer those questions inline as much as possible, and then finish up the following day with our #TellYouTuesday blog post. Yesterday’s #AskMeMonday topic of conversation was Instructional Design questions.
Learn through easy-to-understand visuals how you can start pairing fonts like a pro in your presentations, infographics and pretty much any other visual you intend to create in the future.
I’m always on the lookout for new knowledge. While generally, this is usually the more technical aspects of being an eLearning instructional designer, I also like to work on my knowledge of adult learning principles and other more foundational and theoretical stuff as well.
This article is based on Ausubel's subsumption theory and explains how to apply it in eLearning, by creating engaging courses and making them memorable.