Tagged: Instructional Design Tips

Instructional Design And Adult Learners

LinkedIn Learning’s “Become an Instructional Designer” covers andragogy for business employee training but can be applied to online higher education courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Read more

Unleash Your Creativity For Inspired eLearning

Creativity can be stifled due to self-doubt, fear of being judged, or lack of inspiration. An area of concern for the Instructional Designer is the ability to find inspiration to overcome the resistance to...

How To Design Better Multiple-Choice Questions

Good multiple-choice questions are difficult to write. But writing good multiple-choice questions isn’t optional. Poorly written multiple-choice questions can compromise assessment data, confuse participants, and cause organizational and legal problems. In this article, I...

Understanding Instructional Design Basics

In modern business models, the latest trend is to go for non-traditional training approaches. Virtual learning is therefore favored. Businesses are making way for eLearning, forgetting the traditional learning model guided by a qualified...

Working With SMEs

Are you an entry-level Instructional Designer who has been given the task to work with/interview an SME? Take a deep breath and relax for a moment. This article will help you survive your first...

Free eBook: Instructional Design 101

Choosing the best Instructional Design strategy for designing and developing an astounding online training course that benefits your organization is not an easy task. In this article, I’ll discuss how and why mastering Instructional...

How To Be An Exceptional Instructional Designer

How does an ordinary Instructional Designer succeed and become extraordinary? It takes more than creating effective content. Discover these top tips to become an Instructional Designer that stands out from the crowd. This post...

How Learning Theories Affect eLearning?

Learning theories were created as a basis to explain, describe, analyze and predict how learning should take place. It is important for eLearning professionals to understand how learning takes place because they are in...