Ways To Apply The Pareto Principle To Learning

How can you apply the Pareto principle to learning? Ask any teacher, and they will tell you that they dedicate 80% of their time to 20% of the students. But there is more to this than just the time spent. When designing adult learning programs, there are rules you may want to keep in mind. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The Single Source Method: How To Deal With Unstable Training Content

Are you designing training with content that is likely to change—perhaps due to new regulations or products, modified policies and procedures, or updated systems? Consider using the Single Source Method to minimize the risks of developing training with unstable content. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Why Quality Is Important And 4 Checkpoints To Ensure Quality In eLearning Courses

Probably, editors and the quality control specialists enjoy an undisputed hatred over other members of a courseware development team. Nevertheless, quality is important. But why? Why do organizations invest so much in quality assurance? Is this just for aesthetic reasons? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Ways To Create Engaging eLearning Content

This article provides the best tips and guidance to make eLearning content engaging for the audiences. I have studied different approaches to online learning and course content delivery, and I am now presenting the best practices from the industry so that you don't have to look further. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

10 Steps For Accurate eLearning Translations

Common mistakes during the translation process could be easily avoided with these 10 steps. Whether you’ve completed multiple eLearning translation projects in the past or this is your first experience, these 10 steps for accurate eLearning translations will improve your overall output. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Guidelines For Task Analysis In Microlearning

Task analysis for eLearning is a skill. You can apply the skill in creating any type of learning content. The larger field of task analysis encompasses a range of activities to improve business processes. This article only examines task analysis for the design of microlearning experiences. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Best Practices For Designing A Great Microlearning Experience

The modern learner is generally distracted. It has been found that they look at their phones up to 9 times in an hour. And, they will lose focus if they are asked to watch a training video that is 4 minutes or longer. Because of this, expecting them to sit through an hour-long training is not practical. This is where microlearning can be a great tool to impart valuable training. Here are top 5 best practices to design microlearning modules to ensure its success. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Steps To Spice Up Your Storyboard

Click-to-reveal. Try-it activity. Knowledge check. If you can storyboard these common interactions in your sleep, you may have fallen into a predictable “lather, rinse, and repeat” cycle of eLearning design. On your next assignment, spice up your storyboard by following 3 simple steps. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Keys For Successfully Updating Online Courses

As an online instructor or course developer, we understand how much work goes into creating an online course. Don’t let all of your hard work go to waste. In this article, I’ll discuss some best practices to keep your online course relevant and updated after the initial development process. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.