4 Instructional Design Mistakes You Should Never Make


Information overload: teaching too much, too quickly. Like the previous point, information overload often happens when instructors get carried away with their material. Instead of tracking their progress through the lesson, learners begin to zone out. Within your lessons, you could include a short quiz at the halfway point, and alternate the conclusion between a video and a class-based assignment. Looking for ways to improve your course?

8 Small Changes That’ll Make a Big Difference To Your eLearning Videos


Whatever it is, when you’re instructing someone via an online video course, don’t bore them with tons of information. Information is always better in small doses, and this is precisely why you need to focus on your key takeaways while abstaining from fluff and unnecessary learning material.

Gamification – A Diminishing E-learning Trend?

CommLab India

In this age of information overload, going through an e-learning course may not motivate employees to learn. Organizations lose track of the learning motive and forget that the real purpose is to engage the learner.

Seven Things I Learned This Year

Tony Karrer

LMS and Learning Tracking Still Struggling While LMS solutions continue to get better, more powerful, more diverse, I continue to find myself searching for just the right solution for particular needs. I was also struggling for clients who needed very simple learning tracking but with some customizations. And the system itself is growing with sites like Social Media Informer.

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Workscape evolution - Informal Learning , May 7, 2010 This morning Jane Hart posted this 5-stage model of the evolution of workplace learning in an organization. learning is a mix of formal and informal , not one or the other. Take This LMS and Shove It - Living in Learning , May 19, 2010 With the rapid shift to informal learning, the LMS is being dethroned as the center of the learning systems universe. Information overload is more serious than ever.&#.