Using Readable Fonts And Type Sizes: How To Write And Organize For Deeper Learning (Part 2)

With hundreds of fonts available, choosing the right one for making your content readable may be a daunting task. In the second and final part of this article we’ll solve this problem.

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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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Why We Should Apply The Golden Circle Model To eLearning

We have jobs because organizations need help. They hire someone who can help to improve their employees' performance, and help them to achieve milestones. I think suggesting the best tool or strategy could help, but not until we identify "why".

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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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A 7-Step Instructional Design Guide For eLearning Gamification

eLearning badges, leaderboards, points, and leveling up can be powerful motivators for your online learners. In this article, I’ll offer a 7-step guide that Instructional Designers can use to gamify the eLearning experiences they design for their audience without losing sight of the subject matter.

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