Have you ever sat through a “one size fits all” eLearning course wishing that it was written with you in mind?
One of the advantages how to use variables within Storyline 2 is the ability to tailor content to the specific end user by building in variables. Here are some of the different ways you can use variables to customise eLearning courses to each particular learner and at the end of this blog you can download our step-by-step guide on how to build these variables yourself.Read More
Quizzes play a key role in many eLearning courses, but they are also easily overused. Here are our top tips for creating the perfect quiz.Read More
‘Ouch!’ My phone hit me on the face. It was nearly midnight and to be honest I should have been asleep hours ago. I wasn’t making important arrangements or speaking to a friend, I was on Buzzfeed reading funny articles, taking pointless quizzes and watching videos.Read More
In 1977, Albert Bandura developed the Social Learning Theory originally to explain socialization and the overall development of the self. Where it has become the stuff of Instructional Design is that Bandura's social learning theory proposes that people can learn new information and behaviors by watching other people and not just through rote memorization, forced conditioning or reward/punishment.Read More
‘So you have no eLearning in place?’ I asked.
‘Not really, our training is firmly stuck in the 1980’s’. The client replied shaking their head and smiling broadly.
I envisioned an 80’s trainer with big hair and a shoulder padded suit presenting on an OHP and pressing play on a VHS. A title fades in to the sort of intro music you used to get as standard on a Casio keyboard.Read More