6 Inspiring eLearning Course Design Elements To Engage Your Audience

Are you finding it difficult to retain the attention of your corporate learners? Are your corporate learners abandoning your online training courses midway or accessing the platform infrequently? If so, your eLearning course design may need a good dose of inspiring elements to keep corporate learners coming back for more.

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7 Best Practices For Designing Accessible Online Training Programs

Businesses are now leaning toward universal design. L&D teams must ensure their training programs are universal and cater to every learner’s needs. In this article, I showcase 7 best practices to consider when designing accessible eLearning courses.

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Future-Proof L&D: Best Technologies To Use

It’s important to think ahead and choose technology solutions that can change as your organizational needs change. Solutions need to stay relevant and not become outdated in the short term. This will increase the stability of your eLearning program.

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6 Creative Ways To Encourage Collaboration In eLearning Course Design

Working together to solve problems and tackle tasks is one of the perks of online training. Does your eLearning course design give corporate learners the opportunity to collaborate with remote peers?

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Beauty Isn’t Everything: 5 Aesthetics You Should Eliminate From Your eLearning Course Design To Increase Its Value

Humans are visual creatures. Though substance matters, you need to please the eye in order to grab their attention. This article features 5 aesthetics you should eliminate from your eLearning course design to increase its value.

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Advice For Working With SMEs…From An SME

A good rapport with subject matter experts is key to effective eLearning design. Although often challenging, working toward relationships of mutual respect is well worth it. Here, I share ideas from an SME's perspective for professional relationships that will smooth the eLearning design process.

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