Six Key Ingredients of Learner-centered eLearning Courses

By BethCase on from info.shiftelearning.com

Six Key Ingredients of Learner-centered eLearning Courses
There are a lot of articles that say "here are the most important things in designing elearning". But I think this one really boils it down to the essentials: Challenge, Engagement, Personalization, Control, Collaboration, and Relevance.
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Freedom from Wasted Training: The e-Learning Bill of Rights

By BethCase on from info.alleninteractions.com

Freedom from Wasted Training: The e-Learning Bill of Rights
Wonderful "Bill of Rights" for online learners! Basically, a list of what you should, and shouldn't, do when creating online learning content.
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Let’s Play a Game!

By HKPMarketing on from blog.raptivity.com

Gamification is a powerful tool to engage learners, whether customers or employees, to change behaviors, develop skills or drive innovation. When a course is “gamified” correctly, itnot only improves user engagement but also lowers cost, and makes implementation easier.
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8 eLearning "Fail" You Need to Know

By elcentra on from elcentra.blogspot.com.au

8 eLearning "Fail" You Need to Know
If you are going to fail – then do it fast! Here are the most common mistakes people/Stakeholders/Managers in /companies/departments/organisations make. Top fail list that covers Planning, Design, Development, and Delivery aspects of eLearning programs.
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Action mapping: Design lively elearning and training

By remco on from blog.cathy-moore.com

This quick, visual approach to instructional design helps you change what people do, not just what they know. It keeps your team members focused on a measurable business goal, and it can keep stakeholders from adding extraneous information.
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Captivate eLearning modules for NSW Community Services, Australia

By elcentra on from elearning.community.nsw.gov.au

This course provides information & guidance around the key reforms outlined in the Keep Them Safe initiative. Along with overviews, there are demonstration and assessment modules.

We used simple GoAnimate scenarios incorporated into Captivate modules. We used Captivate's built in timeline animation features as well as custup Flash animations. There are including Narration, quizzes
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The past tense of open badges

By ryantracey on from ryan2point0.wordpress.com

Some commentators are heralding open badges as the nemesis of the college degree. I don't quite see it that way.
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How To Start An Online Learning Program

By caturani on from gettingsmart.com

How To Start An Online Learning Program
Online learning can expand student (and staff) options, grow enrollment, and power blended learning. It shares many critical success factors with traditional education, but there are other differences that require a solid plan and well-developed strategy.
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