Escape from Compliance Training Jail - The Rapid eLearning Blog

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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. As this is my first e-course to design. Search the Blog.

An Elearning Design Reading List

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Several things have led to me actually writing a blog post. 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.

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Book Giveaway and Other News

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Hey folks, So Bryan Jones at elearningart.com did a very fun interview with me for his blog. In conjunction with the interview, he’s giving away five copies of Design For How People Learn ! I’m teaching at session of the Advanced Instructional Design for Elearning Certificate at the ATD ICE Conference on May 20-21 in Denver.

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A Three-Step Process for Becoming an E-Learning Pro

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“I want to become an elearning pro. I’ve addressed it a few times in the blog by sharing some tips , free ebook recommendations , and a ton of tutorials. We’ll look at three key steps in the process of becoming an elearning pro. There are many ways to learn what you need to know to become an elearning pro. Here’s a list of instructional design degrees started by someone in the community. Complete a certificate program.

Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part II)

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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. This blog post will outline the second most important concept in delivering an online course: Consistent design of learning activities and use of Bloom’s taxonomy to encourage learner engagement in higher level learning.

Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part I)

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Design approaches for course conversion range from providing recorded webinar/ webcast series to purist academic approaches following formulas like William Horton’s Absorb—Do—Connect methodology to even more complex evaluation-driven design using a Quality Matters rubric. As with a lot of things in life, the design approach selected often depends on the authoring tools and resources at your disposal. Bill Winfield teaches an online course on online course design.

5 eLearning Elements Your Online Course Shouldn’t Miss

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eLearning online courses are perhaps the most productive method in staff and employee training and onboarding and can save any company hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in what would have been spent in traditional training practices. But reaping the benefits of efficient eLearning online courses requires designing a module that truly works, and missing certain eLearning elements can definitely dampen the strength of your online program. 3) Certifications.

Here’s How You Can Change the World

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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. The eLearning Guild is sponsoring the E-Learning Global Giveback Competition and will announce five finalist courses and the winner at the Learning Solutions Conference & Expo in March 2010. Small elearning companies.

Upskilling Employees: Advantages and Methods To Teach Staff More

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You may also consider offering credentialing programs, meaning training that results in a professional certificate. For example, you may have instructional designers on your team who would benefit by enrolling in an intensive eLearning Certificate program. Employees simply log in to the platform at the designated time and the facilitator can cover an abundance of upskilling training topics. Corporate leaders understand that employee turnover is expensive.