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7 Ways to Present Learning Objectives Creatively

May 4, 2016 Snehal From the Instructional Designer's desk...

Every Instructional Designer (ID) understands the importance of specifying clear learning objectives for an eLearning course. One of ID’s jobs is to set the focus of learning and stating the objectives right at the outset of a course helps learners achieve them. Learning objectives define the purpose of learning or in other words, what you […]

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A Comprehensive and Easy to Follow Storyboard Template for Free Download

June 3, 2015 Todd Kasenberg From Harbinger's Thought Leadership Forum

In my previous blog – Storyboarding – A Primer and Current Perspective – I identified common barriers and challenges to storyboarding. Based on my experience, I believe that storyboarding is central to eLearning course development. For any course, a comprehensive storyboard set provides a clear and approvable plan to all those involved in its creation. […]

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Storyboarding – A Primer and Current Perspective

May 14, 2015 Todd Kasenberg From Harbinger's Thought Leadership Forum

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Those who know me would tell you that I have a disposition towards technocracy – I love to contemplate how processes can be improved and how tools to improve processes can be created and implemented. It made me popular, even a shining star, in some past career roles; it also earned me some enmity, especially […]

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Why Pharmaceutical and Healthcare should NOT stick to traditional eLearning?

March 6, 2015 Yogesh Wagh From the Biz Development Team

Yes, you read it right. You would always find me advising this to all my healthcare and pharmaceutical customers. You might have a different argument, but read on for my viewpoint and we might reach a common ground. Not very long back, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies used to invest heavily in classroom training to train […]

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Designing a “Dual-Mode” Course!

May 29, 2013 Deepali Tharkude From the Instructional Designer's desk...

When dealing with K12 providers, one of the common issues we need to address is the need to have teaching aids in the course. Most of the time, we create two versions of the course – one for the learner, without the teaching aids, and one with the aids, for the teacher. We recently completed […]

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