30+ Ideas for eLearning Portfolio Samples

Experiencing eLearning

What if you can’t use any samples of your existing work due to confidentiality or security requirements? For example, the Instructional Designer or eLearning Developer demo in my portfolio is based on an activity I originally created for a health care client. For portfolio samples, you don’t generally need to create a full-blown, 60 minute course. If you want a job creating soft skills training, create customer service samples.

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background. In the sample story, the first few words are usually Ludo confirming or correcting your previous choice, so the feature doesn’t exactly shine this time.

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Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background. In the sample story, the first few words are usually Ludo confirming or correcting your previous choice, so the feature doesn’t exactly shine this time.

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Examples and Samples of Game Design Documents

Kapp Notes

These samples will give you some ideas. Chris Taylor Game Design Document Sample : As the web site says, "for all of you who have ever wondered what they look like or need one for your own personal game project, check out Dungeon Siege creator Chris Taylor's example" Example Blank Design Document : This one is simple and too the point, not much detail but it will get you stared. This provides details on a game called An Ant's Life.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

being provided through primitive PowerPoint. At LinkedIn, for example, the L&D team gathered success stories from across the. processing enables authoring tools to provide. provide processing on video and audio content. example, if you want to test reasoning and critical.

30+ Ideas for eLearning Portfolio Samples

Experiencing eLearning

What if you can’t use any samples of your existing work due to confidentiality or security requirements? For example, the Instructional Designer or eLearning Developer demo in my portfolio is based on an activity I originally created for a health care client. Use Short Samples. For portfolio samples, you don’t generally need to create a full-blown, 60 minute course. If you want a job creating soft skills training, create customer service samples.

Provide Post Training Event Support

LearnDash

For example, after the event you can send a follow-up communication instructing attendees to take an hour online course that reiterates the key concepts. I often write about how much time is involved with creating a good online course. Well, the same is true for live training events. Multiple day workshops take an immense amount of preparation. Not only do you have content to worry about but now you also have to factor in the various logistics that are necessary for in-person training.

8 Things To Look For When Hiring Your Next eLearning Outsourcing Provider

Infopro Learning

Hiring An eLearning Outsourcing Provider: 8 Things To Look For. But how do you know which eLearning outsourcing provider is best for your organization? Here are 8 things to look for when hiring an eLearning outsourcing provider. Meet with the eLearning outsourcing provider to discuss the key points, so that there aren’t any ambiguities. For example, you know that any emails received on the weekends will be answered on Monday.

Tips to Choose the Ideal eLearning Content Provider for Online Training Program

Infopro Learning

But how do you pick the perfect eLearning content provider for the job? The eLearning content provider may also have the tools and talent you’re looking for to create specialized online training resources. These eight tips can help you find the ideal content provider to outsource your corporate eLearning program. They should have past work samples and references that showcase their strong suits. Request Work Samples in Your Niche.

LMS Software Provides Top-Notch Learning Experiences

TOPYX LMS

It gives them round-the-clock access to training materials, enables them to interact with work-related resources via any mobile device, treats them to a learning experience that’s personalized to their individual learning styles, and provides fun methods for learning dry information. Here are just three examples of features that facilitate collaborative learning environments for LMS users and instructors: Data reporting tools.

Agile Microlearning Explained

For example, cars were. training sessions into the learner’s routine › Delivering quick learning bursts of 2-3 minutes each › Allowing the learner to do on-demand "extra practice" sessions › Providing continuous physical stimulation. is guessing at an answer › Allowing for self-assessment through confidence selection › Providing learners with formative feedback to guide. OttoLearn provides several methods of instructional. Provide elaborated. Provide immediate.

20 real-world examples of Augmented Reality

E-Learning Provocateur

For a couple of previous VR WOL Weeks I’ve collated lists of the examples that the participants unearthed – see 20 real-world examples of Virtual Reality and 25 more real-world examples of Virtual Reality. In any case, I’m interested in what people in the real world are currently doing with this emerging technology, so I’ve collated the following examples. For example, a monster pops its head up from behind your couch.)

eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging

eLearningArt

One of the ways I become a better eLearning designer is by finding good examples and trying to replicate the elements I like. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course. View the sample course. Yukon was bold in selecting a compliance course as an example and kudos to them for showing us a better approach. By providing realistic stories, the learner can actually imagine themselves in a similar situation.

Instructional Design Principles Provide Methods to Avoid Madness

Overnite Software

Provide guidance – Keep the language simple, and use clear instructions for all learning activities. Provide feedback – As the learners progress through the course, frequently check their knowledge regarding a small portion of the overall material. “I have no idea where to begin!”

Give a Taste: Let Prospects & Members Sample Online Education

WBT Systems

Instead, you let them sample online education so they can experience it for themselves. Your free sample will do the selling for you. Ask any wine or beer salesperson how many people walk away with a bottle of wine or a six-pack of craft beer after enjoying a few samples at a store tasting. By providing a sample of an online learning program, you reduce their perceived risk, eliminate the unknown, and increase the conversion rate.

Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

following example. The association’s mission is to provide. by providing an. Let’s revisit our fire fighter example. Examples of their best and worst. workshop in which project stakeholders and SMEs provide the details. For example, she requested.

Deeper eLearning Design: Part 4 – Examples

Learnnovators

Here we’re talking about the role of examples in learning, and we’ll continue on through emotional elements, and finally putting it all together. Examples are a part of learning, as we know, and learning design is, or should be considered complex. So too with examples, we tend to treat them as easy to write. However, an example that is missing the nuances, the details that make them work, can be as useless as nothing at all. Deeper eLearning Design: Part 4 – Examples.

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A How to Guide on the Principles of the #elearningmanifesto: # 5 Provide realistic practice

Challenge to Learn

This is Principle 5 of the manifesto: “We will provide learners sufficient levels of realistic practice; for example, simulations, scenario-based decision making, case-based evaluations, and authentic exercises.” eLearning continues to move into the area of ePerformance more and more, and it also integrates with knowledge management (curation for example). Here is a well done animated example of a simulation about collecting evidence at the site of an accident.

Create Effective Class Evaluations: Example Forms & More

Academy of Mine

Sample Evaluation Questions. Sample questions typically fall under these broader subjects. Though more difficult to process and review, getting open-ended feedback can also provide a litany of different data points to use when evaluating and improving a course.

Continuing Education Providers: What’s Your Recipe for LMS Success?

Talented Learning

If you’re a continuing education provider, I bet you know just how sweet the market is. Of course, it also attracts a broad spectrum of continuing education providers. With all this competition, you need more than good content to succeed as a continuing education provider. If you want to dig right into my “LMS essentials” for continuing education providers, feel free to jump to the list below.

Sample Usability Test Plan

Intrepid by VitalSource

This sample provides a blueprint for conducting a site design usability test. Blog Post

A Training Provider’s Guide to Zoom

Arlo Training & Events Software

If you’re a training provider who is new to using live online webinar to deliver your courses, then you might be looking for some practical tips on how to best use Zoom. This lends itself to running webinars and hosting online training perfectly for training providers.

Instructional Design by Example

Janet Clarey

I launched a new blog this week for showcasing e-learning examples. The plan is to provide a centralized location for examples of e-learning courses and details about the instructional design process used in creating them. Anyone is welcome to submit an example using the submission form. Tags: Uncategorized examples Instructional Design samples

Learning Pool ranked on the ‘Top Content Provider for Custom eLearning’ list 2020

Learning Pool

Learning Pool, the leading e-learning solutions provider, is thrilled to have made the 2020 list for ‘Top Content Provider for Custom eLearning’ by eLearning Industry. .

Learning Pool placed on the ‘Top Content Providers for Microlearning’ list 2020

Learning Pool

Learning Pool, the leading elearning solutions provider, is thrilled to have made the 2020 list for ‘Top Content Providers for Microlearning 2020 by eLearning Industry. .

Games Can Provide Authentic Experiences

Kapp Notes

To provide effective instruction, it needs to be as authentic to the actual experience as possible. Gamification of context provides two key advantages. So for example, a person who writes a mortgage that a client can’t afford might not see the consequences of his actions because the new home owner may be able to struggle in their home for 6-8 months before they can no longer pay the mortgage.

5 Considerations When Shopping for CME Hosting Vendors and Providers

EthosCE

For example, your CE program may not include audio content now, but instructors could add it in the future. The post 5 Considerations When Shopping for CME Hosting Vendors and Providers appeared first on EthosCE.

3 Signs Your Employees are Yearning for More Learning (And How to Provide It)

TOPYX LMS

A contributor to SurveyMonkey wrote, “Only 52% of employees think their employer provides the right amount of training.”. For example, when training is lacking, employee engagement may suffer. Eighty-six percent of employees value training and development, and seventy-four percent of workers are willing to spend time learning outside of work for the sole purpose of improving their performance on the job, according to SurveyMonkey.

4 Examples of AI Being Used in E-Learning

LearnDash

Duolingo is probably the most prominent example of AI being used in education today. It will pay attention to what vocabulary the learners knows, which grammar examples they struggle with, and what content they seem to enjoy. AI in e-learning isn’t theoretical—it’s already here.

Provide Feedback. But Be Vague About It.

Dashe & Thomson

The gist of feedback loops is that, as one is provided with information about one’s behavior, it can be used to modify behavior in order to more closely approach a desired outcome. In Goetz’s article, he gives a compelling example (if all the comments to the article are any indication). It seems that posting radar sensors, which provide drivers with their speed in comparison with the posted speed limits, results in a significant decrease in speeding, even when no tickets are issued.

Common Corporate Training Programs HR Managers Can Provide Online

eThink Education

Modules for covering the material through an online learning platform like Moodle LMS , Moodle Workplace , or Totara Learn need to correctly differentiate between quid pro quo harassment and hostile work environment, while providing clear examples and definitions for each.

Two examples of interactive job aids

Making Change

Here are two examples. Be inspired by this fun example created by Krishan Coupland in Twine: A Primer on the Capture and Identification of the Little Folk of Myth and Legend. For example, you might say that your client is a non-profit organization ($org is “nonprofit”) and their goal is to make people feel confident or engaged ($goal is “feelings”). Instructional design examples job aids Twine

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How does customizing of learning help to improve competencies?

Origin Learning

As a learning solutions company, Origin was mandated with the task of providing a customized solution to upgrade the competencies of its workforce. In its sales and service agreements, the MNC was contractually bound to provide its customers with its own pool of technical advisors (TAs) and technical directors (TDs). Provides an opportunity to add new courses depending on needs and track their availability.

Examples of eLearning–Ten Great Resources

Tony Karrer

I was just asked for some examples of eLearning. I had collected up eLearning Examples a couple years ago, but thought it was worth going back to look for more. The following are some very good lists of widely varying examples of eLearning. Elearning samples eLearning Examples Examples of E-Learning Where are Examples of eLearning? Instead, most examples of eLearning actually fall outside of that realm.

Experience (Tin Can) API: What to Expect from Your LMS Provider

Bottom-Line Performance

One example given by ADL is a “bookmarklet” that can be installed on a web browser and be used to track informal activities such as web pages visited. Sure, one potential advantage would be allowing you to record the completion of a mobile app or game created by a custom provider like us. Talk to LMS provider. Tin Can. Experience. TIN CAN! Experience! We’re all hearing about it… but what is it? For starters, the official, government-sanctioned name is “Experience API.”

Examples Of Microlearning In Action

Tesseract Learning

For example, in our book, “Microlearning: Short and Sweet,” Robyn Defelice and I have defined microlearning as “an instructional unit that provides a short engagement in an activity intentionally designed to elicit a specific outcome from the participant.” Examples of Microlearning.

Is the Training You’re Providing the Training Your Employees Want?

Your Training Edge

Training helps employees do their jobs better, it helps them fit better into the company, and it provides the knowledge and skills they need for advancement. The disconnect may be due to the fact that while companies are providing training, they aren’t providing the training their employees want. If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are not providing the training your employees want. The training provided isn’t relevant to employees’ jobs.