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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.

Designing storyboards for online courses – the sure way of getting everybody on board
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Designing storyboards for online courses – the sure way of getting everybody on board

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Learning requires structure. There has to be a red line throughout the e-learning course, the learner should be able to follow a solid yellow brick road in order to achieve the goals set out for him. Hence, a storyboard for online courses can prove not only useful but vital because it ensures everybody will enjoy being on board with the program.

TED Talks for L&D
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Top 7 TED Talks for L&D professionals [Infographic]

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Maybe it’s the perfect duration of the speech, maybe it’s the great subjects, maybe it’s a combination of these — but TED Talks sure has a way to keep watchers mesmerized. Here are 7 TED talks spreading ideas about how people learn, what motivation means, the role of the workplace, and other topics learning and development professionals could find interesting.

Empowering employees with mobile learning
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Empowering employees with mobile learning

E-learning

The key to happy, loyal employees is empowerment and the key to that is equipping them with the necessary tools and knowledge while at the same time allowing them to access it when, where and how they see fit. Mobile learning shifts the focus from the content to the learner, allowing for a personal, flexible, non-invasive learning experience.

visual learners
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Addressing the needs of visual learners in training

E-learning, Instructional Designers

It’s better to have brains than good looks, but why settle for half of what you can get? An LMS needs to do all the heavy work when it comes to creating courses, assignments, and tests, as well as gathering data for each learner and provide thorough reports. But it also needs to offer a great user experience for administrators, instructors, and learners alike. Visual learners prefer a variety of learning materials, eye-catching learning materials over text-only ones, and they simply love videos.

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