Should we be building our e-learning solutions specifically to deal with all types of learning styles? This includes visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile, participatory, logical and even musical learners. Would it even matter if we did?
Microlearning is a trending term that refers to bite-sized pieces of learning content, usually in video format, that learners can quickly access. My favorite examples of microlearning are meant to be used as performance support or to serve up quick inspirational bites of insight.Read More
by Ethan Edwards, chief instructional strategist
A couple weeks ago I had the privilege to travel to Shanghai to speak at the Online Learning China Summit presented by the Leadin Group in partnership with Training magazine. It was great to be able share design ideas with training specialists from all over China who are at various stages in implementing e-learning solutions within their organizations.Read More
by Angel Green, senior instructional strategist | @LearnerAdvocate
A few years back, I wrote a Valentine’s themed blog about how we should take the time to Listen, Observe, Value, and Evaluate (LOVE) our learners. The blog struck a chord with readers and remains one of the most popular articles. Since that original blog published, we’ve had other “learner appreciation” blogs, however, we want to make it official. Therefore, we, Allen Interactions, declare February to be Learner Appreciation Month!Read More
“Never Create Boring e-Learning Again.” That’s the title of a webinar I’m presenting next week. “No Boring e-Learning” is a statement we at Allen Interactions have been repeating for years. “The online modules we build are so boring” is a statement told and retold by my students who take the ATD e-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program I frequently facilitate.