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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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Harbinger’s specialization in Video & Simulation in Medical Education

September 27, 2013 Deepali Tharkude From Harbinger's Thought Leadership Forum

Harbinger has been seriously involved in applying videos and simulation in medical education for sometime. Medical education is a field that has long remained at the cutting edge of technology – both in terms of adopting technology as well as teaching technology. With the advent of e-learning technology, medical education has changed radically and rapidly. […]

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Using Course Interface as an Engagement Tool!

April 18, 2013 Deepali Tharkude From the Instructional Designer's desk...

Course interfaces tend to become a bit monotonous these days. This has become even more common with the use of rapid interaction authoring tools, where the Graphical User Interface (GUI) is only customizable as far as their colors. The form, the shape, and method of interaction are all features that still need to be individually […]

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Presenting Boring Content…

March 11, 2013 Deepali Tharkude From the Instructional Designer's desk...

We often talk about “making” a course interactive or engaging, but how can we approach content that is not engaging in itself? “Converting” flat and uninspired page-turners into something that actually engages and retains the learner’s interest is not as easy as it seems, and we learned this the hard way. This would be best […]

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