Instructional Design

Using The ADDIE Model to Create Effective eLearning Experiences – Your eLearning World

When designed and delivered appropriately, eLearning courses can be highly engaging and useful to students. Any course that engages its learners, will invariably result in being an effective teaching tool. To be truly successful, however, online courses must include certain hallmarks: They should support the overall business objective for which they are being created They… Continue reading Using The ADDIE Model to Create Effective eLearning Experiences – Your eLearning World

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How To Use Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs In eLearning

Maslow believed that individuals are all motivated by intrinsic factors, rather than tangible rewards or unmet desires. In his pursuit to discover what makes people truly “tick”, Maslow realized that we are all driven by very specific needs. Regardless of our economic status or cultural background, every human being seeks to fulfill more basic needs before… Continue reading How To Use Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs In eLearning

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Why You Don’t Need “Technical” Instructional Designers

Why You Don’t Need “Technical” Instructional Designers Are your Instructional Designers spending too much time repeating tasks like GUI (Graphical User Interface) design, setting up templates, or fixing bugs screen-by-screen? If this is happening, it’s likely that your Instructional Designers are struggling too much with the technical side of eLearning. How can you take the… Continue reading Why You Don’t Need “Technical” Instructional Designers