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A Brief History of Instructional Design

Origin Learning

From ‘training’, which was merely considered a passive function in an organization, the emphasis has now shifted towards making learning and talent development an integral part of corporate culture. Many modern concepts in multi-user computing such as forums,e-mail, chat rooms, message boards, online testing, picture languages, remote screen sharing, multiplayer games and instant messaging were developed on PLATO. Instructional Design has come a long way.

Benefits of Education Streaming Platforms to Students and Tutors


Multimodal learning resonates well with a famous saying, “ A picture is worth a thousand words.”. Cultural Diversity . It provides a platform for diversified cross-cultural students who come from different walks of life.


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10 Remote Training Ideas

Ed App

Its popularity has soared even more due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, which has pushed hundreds, if not thousands, of businesses to shift to remote training to sustain a culture of growth and learning, despite their teams being forced to stay at home and work remotely. .

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Keep It Casual: Crafting Better Informal eLearning Experiences


Whether you’re short on time, learner motivation, or just need to improve your learning culture, informal eLearning experiences offer a fresh, less rigorous way of thinking about learning. Picture teacher sitting back in chair, telling class to share what they’ve learnt about Shakespeare with each other… Ugh. Discussion forums, instant messaging, video and webinar chat features keep your online informal learning environment lively and engaging.

Come Together

Jay Cross

Proprietary videoconferencing packages transmitted video back and forth, but most people stopped watching the pictures once the novelty wore off. The use of instant messaging migrated from high school to corporate life. A quarter of the CLOs admitted that their corporate cultures do not value or encourage collaboration and teamwork. A similar proportion reported that their people did not learn new developments via in-house discussion forums.

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Building a Performance Ecosystem

CLO Magazine

Accomplishing this requires both cultural and technological support. There is much written about the cultural aspects of the workplace needed to make that happen. Leaders are also trying to figure out how to create an infrastructure to augment the organizational culture and support formal, performance support and social learning. The picture is richer than just ROI.