JANUARY 12, 2010
JANUARY 18, 2007
A colleague just asked me if I knew of any organizations that provided an "eLearning Certification". and I didn't. She doesn't want another Master's degree. Does anyone know of something appropriate or have a suggestion
An Elearning Design Reading List
AUGUST 19, 2014
Anyway, I typically keep a list of resources when I teach the ATD (ASTD) Advanced Instructional Design for Elearning Certificate, and I keep thinking that I should put the list somewhere. So here it is: Blogs et al: Cathy Moore — her blog and The Elearning Blueprint. Tom Kuhlmann’s Rapid Elearning Blog and Articulate’s Elearning Heroes Community.
Do You Have an ELearning Resolution?
JANUARY 1, 2014
As you start o make your resolutions (assuming you are one to do so), I would encourage you to create one that is related to elearning. Well, it largely depends on your background and involvement in the elearning industry. Or, perhaps you are actively involved in the elearning industry as an instructional designer. elearning But what does that even mean?
More Answers to Your Rapid E-Learning Questions
NOVEMBER 20, 2012
Where can I get free elearning assets? You don’t need print-quality images for elearning courses. Download the free assets from the elearning community. But if you need more, jump into the elearning community and ask what others are doing. Create some treatments to show before and after examples of interactive elearning. This is the most frequently asked question.
Value of an Online Degree
JANUARY 19, 2010
Related to my recent post about eLearning Certifications , someone went back through some of my older related posts such as eLearning Certification , Online Degrees Get No Respect and particularly: Lower Value of Online Degree Programs and asked: I am curious, now that things have changed over the last three years, where do you stand with online degrees, specifically, WSAC (regionally) accredited online PhD degrees? eLearning Technology. Subscribe to the Best of eLearning Learning for updates from this blog and other eLearning blogs
A Good Combination
AUGUST 14, 2009
I recently saw a cool example of a Supervisor Effectiveness course from Allan Interactions as part of the ASTD elearning certificate program. Tags: learning design Add new tag adult learning elearning games instructional design story telling Typically we format training into some combination of explanation or tell followed by a knowledge check or practice. It’s helpful to incorporate a compelling story and perhaps a game to reinforce learning. This course combined interesting story lines and gaming elements to teach desired behaviors. I’ll start with the story.
Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part II)
MARCH 7, 2010
Material from this post came from the following sources: First I conducted an interview with Bill Winfield, an instructor with the UW eLearning Certificate Program, who teaches a four-week online course. Tags: eCourse Development Instructional Design Repurposing for eLearning When you are taking a live workshop and putting it online, you do not have the pressure of designing a sixteen-week curriculum like K-16 educators — All you have to do is cover the equivalent of four to six hours of instruction. Enough about learning theory; more about design. Bravo, Bill.
Here’s How You Can Change the World
DECEMBER 22, 2009
LINGOs is looking for volunteers to help some of its member agencies build elearning courses. Now you can share your instructional design and elearning skills to benefit those organizations that are working to make this world a better place. Are you stuck in an organization where you have to do the same type of boring elearning courses and would like to do something more?
Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part I)
FEBRUARY 10, 2010
In this first blog post in a series, we will discuss a main point of contention against repurposing face-to-face (F2F) workshops into eLearning: loss of human contact and interaction. Material from this post came from the following sources: First I conducted an interview with Bill Winfield, an instructor with the UW eLearning Certificate Program, who teaches a four-week online course. Tags: eCourse Development Instructional Design Repurposing for eLearning Most often I am asked: “What can we do to bring personality to the online experience?”
Escape from Compliance Training Jail - The Rapid eLearning Blog
AUGUST 1, 2008
The Rapid Elearning Blog. If we don’t pass the certification, then just like the car, we have to go through a remedial process. Like the healthcare industry, there are many industries that require annual refresher or certification testing that has little to do with learning. Of course, when a person doesn’t pass the certification, it identifies a clear learning opportunity. The same can be said for those people who already have existing skills and yet have to go through an "elearning course" before they can be tested. January 29th, 2008.