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7 Things to Keep in Mind While Designing Digital Learning for Millennials

January 12, 2017 Rahul Singh Uncategorized

For eLearning course designers, learners have always been the central focus. In the recent times, it has been felt that the way learners learn and consume eLearning has been changing and one of the primary reasons is the emergence of the millennial learner on the stage. So, who’s the millennial, and what’s so different about […]

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Interactive Mini-Modules—An Interesting Approach to Micro-Learning

October 17, 2016 Snehal From the Instructional Designer's desk...

If you are connected to eLearning in any way, you probably have heard a lot about micro-learning. There is a lot being discussed in conferences, blogs, online forums and webinars on how to create effective micro-learning to meet millennials’ learning requirements. When talking about micro-learning, most of us often think of videos, podcasts or simple […]

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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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eLearning for Medical Education

July 31, 2013 Deepali Tharkude From the Biz Development Team

The Medical Industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, with new research, technologies, and techniques being developed almost daily. However, along with the development of new medical technology, the industry of medical education is being hard-pressed to keep up. Traditionally, medical education has relied on experienced faculty training, student-patient interactions, and […]

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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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