How To Hook Your Learners With The First Screen

Learners are stretched by commitments both at work and at home. In turn, this impacts motivation and makes it difficult for learners to buy in to eLearning courses. One way to remedy this disconnect is by catching their attention at the outset with a hook.

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4 Multiple-Choice Question Misunderstandings That Spell Trouble

Research shows that many multiple-choice questions are poorly written. One of the reasons they are poorly written is that many question writers have misunderstandings about multiple-choice questions. In this article, I’ll discuss 4 of these misunderstandings and what’s true instead.

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Exploring 3 Steps To Master Your Writing Design Of eLearning Content

What are those three steps you would need to boost the writing design for your online learners and their learning experience? In this article, you’ll explore suggestion points you could use in design to spark interest, invite engagement and compel specific action.

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Can Online Classrooms Mirror Traditional Spaces?

Many instructors were not ready for the immediate switch to online learning, resulting from the onset of COVID-19. There was no time to think deeply about the aspects of the traditional classroom that could be maintained in an online room.

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8 Steps To Shorten Training Time By Up To 60%

Shorten training time? Lower training costs? Keep your employees’ attention during training? Improve performance outcomes? SAM, an iterative instructional design model, starts with performance so your organization can end with performance.

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