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8 Tips To Develop eLearning Courses For Online Learners With Attention Deficit Disorder

eLearning Industry

Every online learner should have the opportunity to benefit from your eLearning course, regardless of behavioral disorders or developmental difficulties. This article features 8 tips to develop eLearning courses for online learners with attention deficit disorder. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Learner Engagement – Ideas For Improving Emotional Engagement In Your Courses

Learnnovators

In a previous article , I talked about the different types of learner engagement that there are, and what each one entails. I previously wrote in detail about generating killer WIIFMs that will make learners want to take your course. And that the course will equip them on the topic in an effective manner.

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Learner Empathy Can Save Your Course Design

Allen Interactions

Since all learning is designed in some way to change learner behavior, it makes sense to think about the expected change from the start of the design process. Information-sharing is not training.

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Will Learners Pay for Your Online Course?

LearnDash

Our commenter wanted to know whether a certain type of course content was still relevant, given the number of tutorials learners could find for free on the same subject on YouTube. Although this comment was related to a specific type of course, the question applies to almost all online learning. And it’s not just YouTube.

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Think Outside the Box: Solutions for Effective Content Distribution

You invest a lot of time and energy creating courses when you build custom learning and training solutions or publish commercial content. Chances are you want to deliver content in a way that’s compatible with multiple systems, manageable for admins, and easily accessible for learners.

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What Is Learner Experience Design And Why Does It Matter?

eLearning Industry

In this article, we’ll look into what learner experience design entails, why it matters, and how to implement its principles in your online courses to boost engagement and benefit your students. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Different Ways To Test Learners In Your Online Training Courses

eLearning Industry

Read on to learn about different ways this can be done in your online learning courses! A vital step in training development is including various ways of testing employee knowledge and aptitudes. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Digital Learning Tips and Tricks from Neuroscience

Speaker: Margie Meacham, Chief Freedom Officer, Learningtogo

As an eLearning professional, you're always working to improve your courses; and part of that process involves a deluge of questions. How can you capture and keep learner attention in a world of alerts, pop-ups, and "clickbait?" Does digital media work differently in the brain than information coming in from "the real world?"

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Stop Thinking Like an Instructional Designer, Start Thinking Like a Game Designer

Speaker: Karl Kapp, Professor of Instructional Technology, Bloomsburg University

The experience will help you transform your stale training into an exciting and interesting experience for you learners. You’ll learn five methods to help you think like a game designer while playing a game. And, yes, you will be playing a game during this session.

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Authentic eLearning Localization: Challenges and Best Practices

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

Can you imagine what a straight translation might do to your course? People prefer to learn in their native language, so localizing eLearning helps truly engage learners and gives them that much-needed sense of inclusion. With over 317 million people in the U.S., and over 6.7

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Enhancing the Learning Experience by Leveraging Learner Analytics

Speaker: Seth Puri, EVP Global Sales and Marketing, Gutenberg Technology

The importance of learner analytics is well understood among the eLearning community – but practical knowledge of how to capture and use those numbers is much harder to find. You’ll walk away with a wealth of knowledge on learner analytics, including: The must-have components of effective student analytics tracking.

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The Ultimate Crash Course in eLearning Visual Design

Speaker: Connie Malamed, Founder of Mastering Instructional Design and Publisher of The eLearning Coach

Did you know that the visual design of eLearning content has a big impact on learner success? Well-designed materials can motivate learners, improve comprehension, and assist optimal retention.

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5 Things Your eLearning Strategy Needs (Beyond a Bigger Course Library)

Simultaneously, programs are often more engaging when personalized to the learner. Simply adding content doesn’t address the needs of all learners in the organization. Striking a balance between these demands can be a challenge. Managing an eLearning program includes more than just expanding content libraries.

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Fulfilling Today's (Changing) eLearning Needs

Speaker: Bryan Marriott, President, P1 Learning

It’s not enough to post 1,000+ courses and leave training up to chance - even if your learners are already aware of their skill gaps, they’re not going to wade through hours and hours of content to find the one course that might help them. This webinar will cover: Conducting a learner needs assessment.

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Revitalizing Dry Content: A Lesson in Engagement

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

You’ve been given a pile of dry content and asked to create a compelling eLearning course. You’re determined to create something more engaging than the same old course that learners quickly click through, but how do you take this “boring” content and create something relevant and engaging? We’ve all been there.