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Instructional Designers

The posts in this category cover subjects of interest for instructional designers, trainers and anyone involved in delivering business training programs.

4 Tips for using visuals in instructional design
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4 Tips for using visuals in instructional design

Instructional Designers

Visuals are an essential part of e-learning and should be given proper attention. They are not an addition to the content; they are the content. So their creation and editing should be part of the initial design process to ensure their true potential is thoroughly harnessed.

Micro and macro learning: a match made in L&D Heaven
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Micro and macro learning: a match made in L&D Heaven

Instructional Designers

Lately, learning specialists were required to create short training interventions, focused on essential information or skills. Now it’s time to start designing learning paths that are targeted at building competencies and improving results, which requires a balanced blend of macro and micro learning.

How to handle information overload in instructional design
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How to handle information overload in instructional design

Instructional Designers

In today’s corporate environment, training content can become stale or obsolete in a matter of months, and it’s the learning specialists’ job to keep them updated. Sifting through heaps of information is no easy task, but these strategies will help you find what is relevant without spending too much time doing so.

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