A Closer Look At Gagne’s Conditions Of Learning And Tips To Apply Them

Have you tried teaching a new concept or skill to a group of corporate learners and created more confusion than clarity? Creating the ideal online training experience is no small feat. In this article, I’ll share how Gagne’s Conditions of Learning can help you ensure that your corporate learners get the most from online training.

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The Prime Directive Of 21st-Century eLearning Design: Part 1

The term “the Prime Directive” harkens back to the days of the TV show “Star Trek.” This directive was the binding force that united the federation of planets in a common goal and mission. Can we learn something from this that could give us direction for Instructional Design in the 21st century?

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Instructional Design Models For Employee Training: Searching For The Key To L&D Success

A solid L&D foundation is the only way to enhance employee performance and address personal pain points. Discover Instructional Design strategies that can help you take your online training program to the next level.

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Your Guide To Cognitive Load Theory And Learning

Cognitive load theory explains why it’s important to give employees exactly what they can handle, in a format that makes sense, so that they can learn, retain, and make use of the training. Here’s your guide to cognitive load theory and why it’s so incredibly important to employee learning.

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ADDIE Model Vs SAM Model: Which Is Best For Your Next eLearning Project

Structured, repeatable methodology is highly effective in online training. ADDIE and SAM are among the most popular eLearning development methodologies. Is there an objective way to find out which one is ideal for your organization when it comes to SAM vs ADDIE?

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The Myth Of An Instructional Designer

A: What do you work as? B: ID. A: Oh, Interior Designer. B: Erm…Instructional Designer. Those who are not from the eLearning industry may not be familiar with the term Instructional Designer (ID). This article discusses the roles of an ID and makes clear the skills that an ID should have.

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