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The internet is alight with blogs and articles about economic nudging, David Cameron’s ‘Nudge Unit’ and yet another economist (Richard Thaler) who’s recruited himself into the White House with promises to improve the effectiveness of government.
This kit includes a pre-recorded webinar and white paper on creating motivating e-learning by Ethan Edwards, chief instructional strategist at Allen Interactions. This webinar and white paper explore the importance of motivation in the design framework for e-learning and present six rules for creating maximally motivating e-learning, which are illustrated through several successful corporate e-learning courses. At issue will be considerations of content scope, difficulty, judgment, leveling, content placement, and user control.
“Investing in the latest and greatest technology at the expense of investments in quality content and programming may be counterproductive; try for a better balance between the two.” “Myth (n): a notion based more on tradition or convenience than on fact.” — American Heritage Dictionary This is a Two-part Article
By Shelley A. Gable
On Wednesday I spoke at the World Of Learning 2011 conference in the session on Harnessing the potential of social learning . My message was the same as usual (and you can see my presentation here) that social learning is not about forcing people to participate in online learning communities as part of formal training, but about encouraging and supporting teams to build their own group spaces to support one another more informally in the workflow
There are tons of free textures and background images online. Some good and some not so good.
Screencast Chatter about elearning
Tip 62: Top (Christmas) Testing Tips There isn’t much that screams ‘Christmas’ quite like ‘Quality Control’... right?!
What is instructional design?
This month's big question comes from Jeff Goldman and the rest of the Big Question Thought Leaders .
Branching scenarios can be a pain to design.
You have an amazing software product….. the product is going to create great value for your customers…. you plan to invest a lot in support and training and increase product adoption…… Wow! Is that good enough? Have you thought of a way to increase product adoption, keeping training and support costs low?
This is my first post for this year. I have not been able to blog due to lot of changes that’s been happening in my professional life.