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.
Questioning learners has always been a very effective tool in the arsenal of instructors. In an eLearning context however, because of the physical separation of teachers and learners, the use of questioning techniques attains even more relevance. What course developers and instructors can’t assess through visual observation and in-person interactions, they must accomplish through innovative questioning techniques. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
This free eBook is Obsidian Learning’s latest contribution to the body of research associated with the effectiveness of video used as a tool for learning. As technology, bandwidth, and storage capacity have improved, video has become available – both in terms of creation and viewing – to a much larger population. And as smartphones have become more pervasive, and video-editing software more user friendly, using video as a tool for instruction has also become more common. But is it effective? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Are you interested in becoming an Instructional Designer? Or are you just starting out in the world of learning theories? The focus of this article is to inform the reader of 3 unique learning theories while discussing the implications they have had in the field of Instructional Design (ID). This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
eLearning is becoming increasingly popular in corporate training, as it can offset the limitations of classroom training. While organizations can't do away with classroom training altogether, it pays to leverage the latest technology and offer training that caters to today's learners. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.