Creating Quality Designed Online Courses

Creating quality designed online courses should not be a daunting task for all involved. In this article, I will list areas of importance that can serve as a positive environment conducive for learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Choose The Best Instructional Design Tools

You’re new to the Instructional Design scene. In fact, until now, you’ve only ever been a trainee. So, who could blame you for feeling a little nervous about designing your first course? If you’re wondering which eLearning tools will make the process less daunting, these tips are for you. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

9 Stages Of The Custom eLearning Development Process

Whether new to custom eLearning or a seasoned pro, you will appreciate this solid overview of the development process, as well as the insider tips. Avoid costly mistakes on your next project, stay on track, and deliver relevant and engaging content that fits your learners and gets the job done. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Identify The Skill Gap Via xAPI And Boost Learners’ Performance (KPIs)

Are your eLearning courses improving learning performance? This article is about identifying common denominator between learning and performance. We need to stop designing SCORM-based courses. xAPI gives you more analytical data to compare with KPIs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Why Design Documents Are Vital For Creating eLearning Courses

No efficient action can take place without methodical forethought. In order to successfully carry out any undertaking, a blueprint or plan is of utmost importance. The same is true for eLearning courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Create Amazing Custom Corporate eLearning Courses

Custom eLearning courses are all the rage right now in major organizations, for all the right reasons. After all, who doesn't like something that was made especially for them, keeping in mind their needs and their interests? This article discusses the 'ingredients' you'd need to create such courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.