How To Apply The 8 Principles Of Learning In Online Training

The laws of learning have been around for a while, and they work well in real-time scenarios. Can they be repurposed for online training? In this article, I share 8 tips to apply the 8 principles of learning in corporate eLearning environments.

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The Art And Science Of Building Engaging And Result-Oriented eLearning Courses

Distance learning, online learning, remote learning, and mobile learning are extremely popular today. Today’s online learners, however, are extremely e-savvy. When it comes to picking an online course therefore, their expectation on value is high. What online learners are looking for isn’t just high-quality content, but also a fulfilling learning experience. And that experience starts with the sign-up process and continues even beyond the time when they’ve sent in their final assessments and feedback forms.

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Mental Models: Everything eLearning Professionals Need To Know

Understanding existing mental models can help eLearning course designers to create eLearning material that is instantly recognizable, regardless of the topic. In this article, I share everything that eLearning pros need to know about this profound psychological process.

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8 Steps For Creating Engaging eLearning Courses

Creating eLearning content is exciting. However, even though you may be an expert on the subject matter of the course, it pays to resist the temptation to immediately fire up your desktop, laptop, or tablet to churn out content. Take a step back and review the bigger picture first. A bit of long-term planning will result in a more stress-free experience and will produce more engaging courses for your learners.

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4 Lenses To Bring CCAF Instructional Design Into Focus: Part 1

This is the first of a series of articles that I hope will apply a fresh approach to understanding CCAF Instructional Design for interactive learning, performance-based learning, as a total package. This first article focuses on interactive learning.

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