Instructional Design

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How to Onboard Remote Employees Well

Your onboarding process plays a big role in a remote employee’s long-term success. If the experience is subpar, the new hire may struggle to reach full productivity, especially if this is the first time they’ve worked remotely.

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Instructional Designers Are in High Demand in Higher Education

Due to the radical shift, colleges and universities have to boost their online offerings. This has caused the demand for instruction designers to rise rapidly. If you are wondering exactly what spurred the skyrocketing demand, here’s what you need...

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Instructional Design Foundations – What You Need to Know

But creating effective eLearning modules can be tricky. There isn’t an instructor present to monitor or enhance engagement; the course itself has to do that on its own. This makes instructional design increasingly important, ensuring you can tap into...

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Training Relevancy is Driving Real Results

Today, the learning landscape is changing. Companies are increasingly realizing that training relevancy is critical if you want to drive real results. If you want to learn more about the impact of training relevancy, here’s what you need to...

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Tips for Building Accessibility and Flexibility into Your Training Programs

By building accessibility and flexibility into your L&D program, you can make sure your employees have options that can make training easier to manage. If you aren’t sure how to begin, here are some tips that can help you...

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The Top 3 Online Learning Industry Trends in 2019 Are…

Online learning has become increasingly popular over the years. Since much of it is self-directed, employees can more easily work it into their busy schedules. Plus, online learning is highly portable, often being accessible through company computers, mobile devices,...

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How Do You Find the Balance Between Learner-Centric and Content-Oriented Training?

When you develop a training program, there are usually two learning approaches that you have to consider: learner-centric and content-oriented. Since each comes with its own benefits and drawbacks, striking a balance between the two is usually ideal. However,...

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Why You Should Use More Gamification in Your Training Programs

Gamification has been making waves in the learning and development field for years. By gamifying your training, you can increase employee engagement, making participating as fun as it is functional. Gamification is a learning approach that features elements similar...

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What Top Writers Know About Instructional Learning and Microlearning

Technical writing and instructional learning have many similarities. As microlearning becomes more popular, the approach technical writers use when creating content often aligns with the creation of these modules, creating an intersection of two fields that may not seem...

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Next Gen Training: Building the Right L&D Team

When you need to build a winning learning and development (L&D) team, composition is key. Not only do you need the ideal positions filled - ensuring that critical skill sets are covered - but you also need to focus...