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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The 70:20:10 Galaxy Learning Battle Cards Map

70:20:10 idea is widely discussed in the Learning and Development industry. Some of the Learning and Development professionals find it useful, some treat it as another myth to debunk. Regardless of the tone of these discussions, we prepared a visual which, we believe, will add value to discussions related with this concept.

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5 Steps To Follow When Using An Instructional Design Framework For Your Online Courses

Without a plan, you might waste a lot of time making decisions and adjustments as you go that could ultimately cause you to end up reworking the whole course. This framework will make you rethink how you approach online course creation.

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The Instructional Design Thinking Process

Design Thinking is nowadays one of the major forces which drive creation of innovative approaches in various business areas. There is no reason why we shouldn't use it in Instructional Design space. Let's discuss what values it could bring, and how we could quickly leverage on this concept.

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3 Ways The LEAD Strategy Helps Impart Effective Induction Training

Imparting effective induction training goes a long way in reducing employee turnover and enhancing the performance of new staff. Read this article to discover to how the LEAD Instructional Design strategy can deliver effective online induction training.

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7 Benefits Of Instructional Designers Working With Subject Matter Experts

I wanted to try and answer a question that I get about Instructional Design... "Why do I need an Instructional Designer when I have Subject Matter Experts?" I really hope this helps decision makers understand the value of a real ID as well as helping Instructional Designers and Subject Matter Experts build better working relationships.

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