9 Google Search Hacks to Make eLearning Development A Whole Lot Easier

eLearning Brothers

One of the biggest pain points of eLearning development is not being able to quickly issues. The answer to almost all your eLearning questions are in Google, but you need to know how to find them. This post will go over how to find the eLearning problems with Google search. You can trying apply these tips to whatever information you are using, this is not just for eLearning. Search Solution: intitle:elearning game ideas. #5

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3 Examples that explain Copyright Policies for eLearning Developers

TalentLMS

ELearning course development requires you to borrow artifacts and intellectual material from the Internet all the time. Simply developing a course using content from different resources is not enough. As an eLearning developer, you need to know about the various copyright and public domain intellectual works available for your use in your courses. Go through the above mentioned six methods of attribution in the Creative Commons website to learn more.

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Three Essential Tips for New Online Training Designers

Mindflash

One of the biggest challenges online training developers have is that they often have no background in online training. Online training is very different than face-to-face training, yet many classroom trainers inherit the online learning developer role simply because their organization has decided to begin offering online training. Here are three essential tips for those entering the field of online training development: Read.

Microlearning: Fab or Fad?

Tom Spiglanin

Generally, the term “microlearning” refers to micro-perspectives in the context of learning, education and training. Note that microlearning refers to an activity (learning) dealing with small learning units (products). It’s no coincidence this exactly mirrors the way Clark Quinn describes mobile learning in the eLearning Guild report, Mobile Learning: The Time Is Now. Let’s consider a typical hour-long elearning course.

9 Tips to Use Images in your eLearning Programs

eFront

But the wrong image can totally offset an otherwise smooth-running eLearning course. In this article, we bring forward some useful tips to select the apt image for your eLearning programs. As eLearning professionals, we use figurative speech, imagery and storytelling to hook and engage the learner. And we all know, nothing captures the mind and imagination of an eLearner faster than an image. But what is the best fit image in a situation of an eLearning course?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: What’s the Difference: Learning Designer vs. Instructional Designer?

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Are we – as in the collective we of the eLearning ‘industry’ – making a conscious shift away from Instructional Designer since no one on the outside knows what that means? Since "I'm an instructional designer" is almost always met with blank stares, I just fall back on elaborating with "eLearning developer."