Mar 2021

    In this series we are taking you on a journey through the theory behind effective eLearning assessments and practical tips for building assessments it in three different authoring tools: Microsoft PowerPoint, Articulate Rise, and Articulate Storyline. In this post, we lay the instructional design foundations.

    Mar 2021
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    Webinars, videos and eLearning are excellent ways to push your content out to a wider audience. It’s really important, therefore, that the content we send out is engaging, and your script is going to do a lot of the heavy lifting. Here are five best practices to create compelling scripts.

    Mar 2021
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    Articulate Storyline 360 is a great tool for producing interactive eLearning content. A particularly useful feature allows you to import your pre-designed slides, so that you can convert PowerPoint to Storyline and turn your presentations into beautiful eLearning, saving you time and effort. We’ve put together our top five tips for converting PowerPoint slides to Storyline.

    Mar 2021

      Feedback is a key part of all classroom learning. It’s the absolute best way to measure if your students have understood something or not. But online learning is different, you can’t look around your classroom to see if your students are with you, and you can’t adapt your learning as you go according to the level of understanding in the room, so what's the answer?

      Mar 2021

        Clark Quinn has made a career out of aligning corporate and organizational goals with learning science and computer science. He kindly agreed to let me pick his brain and find out what led him down the path to melding together technology and education disciplines.

        Mar 2021

          eLearning is great - it allows businesses to educate entire workforces at a pace, time, and location that suits them, while saving on costs associated with classroom-led training. Super! But what actually makes eLearning good or successful?

          Mar 2021

            What can you do with an Interactive PDF? (and perhaps equally importantly, what can't you do). Working in an eLearning agency means we are always investigating different way to engage learners, share knowledge, and assess delegates. We're all so used to simply reading documents as PDFs that it's easy to forget that this versatile format has many more features and capabilities. Read on to learn more about what can be done with PDF from an eLearning agency that creates them...

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