The best of 2017: Our top 5 eLearning blogs

Hannah Waddams | 12/19/2017

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We're fast approaching the end of 2017, so we thought we'd pull together our top five eLearning blogs of the year, just in case you missed them: 

5. eLearning Gamification: 3 questions to help you start playing

‘Gamification’ has been a buzzword for a while now, yet not many eLearning teams have ventured down the road of implementing it. So, is it a fad? Or do you need to get playing?

Read the blog to learn more.

4. On-demand webinars: Learning Design

Karen Quinton, Head of Cursim – Omniplex’s Learning Design division, hosted this year’s Learning Design webinars. This webinar series covered macro, backwards and evidence-based learning design, while also covering how to use text, audio and graphics in eLearning.

So, just in case you missed any of these webinars, here are the resources for you to catch up.

3. 5 questions you should always ask before investing in an LMS

Learning Management Systems allow organizations to deliver, track and maintain online training programs, so getting the right fit is crucial. Most LMS’ provide the same basic functions, allowing you to store and manage content, deliver content to your learners and enrol learners on courses. But other LMS’ provide so much more than this.

So, to make sure you make the right choice, I’ve put together 5 questions you should ask before investing in a learning management system. 

2. 7 best practice tips for eLearning storyboarding

Storyboards improve efficiency, allowing you to confirm the finer details of your eLearning course before you build, and are a great way to communicate ideas to stakeholders. There are many ways to storyboard for eLearning, but our Instructional Designer, Justine, has put together her 7 best practice tips. 

1. 8 mistakes you may be making with your eLearning design

Design is incredibly important in eLearning. Poor design can have a dramatic impact on learning outcomes. Inconsistency, poor size and spacing, irrelevant images and illegible fonts are some of the mistakes we see time and time again. Our graphic designer, Tanzeel, has put together eight common mistakes you should avoid.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading the Omniplex blog this year, and we look forward to you joining us in 2018.

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Hannah Waddams

Hannah is a marketing executive here at Omniplex

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