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Psychologically-Based Principles for Effective eLearning

Editors Note: This is a guest blog post. We love to support our eLearning community through the sharing of relevant content. Thank you to Leona Henryson for this article. Check out more of her work here.  We'd love to hear your feedback on this post. Please let us know what you think in the comments!

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Ethan Edwards at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Join Ethan Edwards at the Missouri Botanical Garden as he ruminates on parallels between the sensory experience of creating a garden and the ways instructional designers can create meaningful, motivational experiences for learners. 

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ID on the Go with Ethan Edwards            Inspiration: LBD

Take a little time with today's video log from Ethan. It's the first ID on the Go, filmed a little while back. Ethan introduces you to the idea for this vlog and takes you into a completely new way of considering inspiration. He explores ideas around the iconic Little Black Dress (or LBD). It's 11 minutes of fun, ideation and creative thinking for elearning instructional design. Enjoy!

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ID on the Go with Ethan Edwards

Ethan Edwards presented a great talk at Training's 2018 Conference and Expo in Atlanta last week. Check out this special #trgconf edition of ID on the Go!

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Make a Learning Love Connection: Five FACTS for Better e-Learning Courses 

by Ann Iverson, instructional designer | @iverson_ann

What is love, really? We can love our cars, homes, and flat-screen TVs, but purists will tell you, “You can’t love things, dummy. You can only love people.” Hmmm, you sure about that? 

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eLearning Lessons from the Road with Ethan Edwards

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5 Indicators Your Training Is Aimed At High Schoolers

Whenever you begin the discussion of meaningful training for adults, someone inevitably—and boldly—proclaims, “We must accommodate adult learning theory!” Of course, everyone else murmurs their complete agreement. We simply must!

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5 Things to Do When the Solution Shouldn’t Have Been Training

Let’s be honest, shall we?

If you’ve been in this industry more than eight weeks, you’ve probably been involved in a solution which possibly, maybe, (very, very probably) shouldn’t have been training.

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Mapping the ROI of eLearning in Seven Strategies

1. Expand your definition of “success.” Before you create a plan, you should know what defines success for your organization. One primary question to ask is: “Were bottom-line outcomes achieved?” ‘Hmmm…’ you ponder via internal monologue, ‘What bottom-line objective?’ Good question. 

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eLearning Lessons From the Road with Ethan Edwards

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