Are you under pressure to treat your learners like clueless children? Here are some ways to manage a stakeholder or that voice in your head that wants to lead learners by the nose. Read more
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Elearning scenario example: Have learners use the job aid
Often we’re told, “Put this information into a course.” But what happens if we put the information into a job aid instead, and then give learners mini-scenarios that help themuse the job aid? Read more
Do we really need narration?
By Cathy Moore When should elearning be narrated? I think we should rephrase the question as, “When is it a good idea to force all learners to go at the same pace?” That’s what narrated material does. The pace of…
Why you want to use scenarios in your elearning
Imagine that you’re in a competition to overhaul an information-heavy course so it creates real change. What would you do? Read more
Four ways to move your learners from clueless to confident
Even small challenges build our confidence. Let learners try and succeed on their own instead of spoon-feeding them everything. Read more.
Why you do not want to sound like a robot
“We shouldn’t use contractions because…” Let’s debunk all that. Read more.
How to add emotional impact with evocative images
The right image can turn a blah message into a memorable, meaningful experience. But how can you find stock images that aren’t, well, stock? Read more.
5 ways to make linear navigation more interesting
Stuck using a Next button? Here are some ideas to make it less mind-numbing. Read more.
Makeover: Turn objectives into motivators
Let’s turn conventional objectives into goals that learners care about. Read more.
Makeover: Teen body parts at risk!
Let’s grab some elearning that might need perking up and add some perk. Read more.