Archive for Tag: online learning

Divergent Thinking in eLearning

Divergent thinking: creative, open-ended, spontaneous, unexpected, out of the box. With these unstructured descriptions of divergent thinking, how could this lend itself to eLearning instructional design? In his article titled “Divergent Thinking in eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know,”...

Read More

Hat Tip: 7 Technical Tips for Creating Video Lectures

eLearning Brothers always have great tips and this article is no exception. It provides straight forward, easy tips for making training videos, simulations, screencast, and the like user-friendly, relevant, and professional. However, as the article points out, you can...

Read More

Hat Tip: 10 Must Know Features for Articulate Storyline 2

The hot eLearning development tool, Articulate Storyline, has a ton of features to make your online courses interactive and engaging. eLearning Brothers highlighted the top 10 features: Motion Paths Move Trigger Slider Interaction Object Animations Character Spacing Read-Only Seekbar...

Read More

Busting LMS Myths

Learning Management Systems (LMS’s) seem like large, mysterious infostructures that are impossible for the lowly instructional designer to comprehend or set-up, or so people have come to believe. LMS’s are having difficulty shedding the enigmatic reputation even though they...

Read More