Instructional Design For eLearning: Essential Guide To Creating Successful eLearning Courses

In creating this 2nd Edition of Instructional Design for eLearning, I have sought to provide a single resource on the subject that can be leveraged by both novice Instructional Designers and advanced practitioners.

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The eLearning Project Toolkit Every Instructional Designer Needs

This eLearning project toolkit is a brilliant example of how you can curate content for online learning. Not only that, it’s also a helpful resource for all stakeholders involved in eLearning with free tools, inspiration, and dedicated services for both old hands, and those new to the concept.

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Why We Should Apply The Golden Circle Model To eLearning

We have jobs because organizations need help. They hire someone who can help to improve their employees' performance, and help them to achieve milestones. I think suggesting the best tool or strategy could help, but not until we identify "why".

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Design Thinking For Instructional Design – Part 1 From A Four-Part Series

Instructional Designers face a very real threat from the advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. In this four-part series, learn how Design Thinking techniques can improve our instructional product by utilizing the uniquely human characteristics that separate man from machine.

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Play To Learn Book Review: The Ultimate Guide To Learning Game Design

Designing effective learning games is not for the timid. Karl Kapp and Sharon Boller know that well. It’s because of this that they have authored the ultimate guide to learning game design that’s called Play to Learn. In this article, I’ll provide you with an in-depth review of what this great piece of writing has to offer.

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