Instructional design matters. Done right, it can be a tool for changing the culture of your organisation. In our guide to instructional design, we’ll show you how. We’ll cover everything you need to know, from what an instructional designer is, to what learning theory they should know.
In this article, we’re going to share a few eLearning secrets that will steer your training programme back in the right direction!
Bloom’s Taxonomy is the best tool to help instructional designers create learning objectives that really get learners engaged with the material.
What is eLearning? And what are the advantages over face-to-face? We take you thorough everything you need to know as part of our Online Learning Glossary
If you think mobile learning is just classic eLearning on a smaller screen, it’s not that simple. We look at the differences to find out which is better.
If you’re working with tight L&D budgets and low resources, there’s plenty you can do to stretch what you have to the max – you just need to be a little more creative!
What if you don’t have a huge team? What if you’ve got a ton of eLearning units to produce for a new product launch in a month’s time? What are you going to do!?
The Discovery Method is our unique way of adding the personal touch to online learning. Here we explain exactly how it works, and how you can use it too!