If you attended our eLC Demofest earlier in the week, you'll know how valuable the experience of sharing eLearning content can be. Whether you're taking your first steps into eLearning development, looking for best practice instructional design tips, or just want to benchmark your existing projects against the industry standard, there is so much to learn.Read More
When creating eLearning courses, one of the key ingredients for delivering the program successfully is working with SMEs – subject matter experts – the people who have the key specialist knowledge on your topic. Their input and influence can make or break a project.Read More
eLearning content development can be a daunting prospect, particularly when it’s new or you’re new to it. Even now, after years in the industry, I still need to sit down and think hard about every new project brief. But there is an unofficial list of rules I use to keep me in line on every project I work, and I have turned them into my 10 Commandments of eLearning to share with you:
Something I hear fairly frequently is people telling me they’d love to use eLearning but they encounter resistance from internal stakeholders.
Depending on the organisation the reasons for this can be different. For some people it’s a reaction against using new technology or people’s belief that eLearning can never be as effective as face to face training. Others have been put off by a previous experience and eLearning has gained a bad reputation within the business, sometimes it is just a reluctance to spend money in this area.Read More
There is a wealth of knowledge and inspiration waiting for you on YouTube, all generously created and shared with you by strangers. And the sheer number of videos on YouTube speaks to a deeper truth. Video works. It is popular. People like it, and your learners will too, because you know what? - they're people, too.
Matthew Lloyd | 08/27/2013