5 Tips To Build An Instructional Design Portfolio Having a carefully crafted instructional design online portfolio can put you at a significant advantage when it comes to leaving a lasting impression on potential employers and clients. In this article, I'll share some helpful tips on building an instructional design online portfolio that effectively showcases your expertise and talents. There's no rule that says you should have a carefully crafted Instructional Design portfolio on-hand when trying to find eLearning jobs.
100 Awesome Art Lessons on YouTube Whether you’re getting your bachelor’s degree in painting, graphic design or sculpture, there’s so much to learn about art — from its lush history to materials — that it can sometimes feel overwhelming. Yet art students shouldn’t fret. There’s a whole lifetime ahead to learn and numerous resources both in the classroom and outside of it for expanding your knowledge. One great place to seek out help with becoming a better artist is on YouTube.
Women's Networking: Charlotte Habegger @ Quebec, QC Women Networking Event Pre-Pay Special What is the HLN Format? The Heart Link Women's Networking meeting begins with a light meal and socializing. This part of the event is where the bonding process begins. Can Serious Games Contribute to Developing and Sustaining 21st Century Skills? Margarida Romero, Université Laval, 2320 rue des Bibliothèques, local 1112, Québec, Canada G1V 0A6. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract Serious games (SG) are innovative tools that are widely recognized as having considerable potential to foster and support active learning. This article addresses the question of whether and how SG can contribute to the development of the so-called “21st century skills” in education. This article starts by characterizing the current need for 21st century skills and the identification of these core skills.
community of practice Greetings from Oregon. My name is Clare Strawn and I am an independent consultant primarily interested in community building of all kinds. I have had the privilege of helping to launch and evaluate multiple Communities of Practice with adult educators, NSF STEM grantees, and international STEM innovators. Hoping to be a good citizen in the rich and active AEA Community of Practice, I offer this post. CoP offers a powerful and deep theory of change. Please don’t be satisfied with a superficial references and jumping on the CoP bandwagon.
Top 8 eLearning and EdTech Trends for 2015 We here at DigitalWits spent the past four months talking with people in large companies, elearning agencies, corporate training departments, human resources, recruiting, edtech-focused venture capitalist firms, staffing agencies, instructional designers (both full-time and freelance) and our own clients over the past year to come up with our 2015 eLearning Trends Forecast. We identified eight key trends. Some of the trends didn’t surprise us, as we’ve had our eye on these for a while. But there were some—dealing with instructional designers--that had us snapping our heads back in a double-take. DigiWorld Institute by IDATE, Think tank, Consulting and Research : Telecoms, Internet, Media Une carrière à l'IDATE : plus qu'une opportunité d'emploi, un projet de vie Our goal: European excellence We are one of Europeans leading providers of market reports and consultancy services for the Telecom, Internet and Media industries. Already international in our perspective, products, partners and revenues (50% exports), we shall become increasingly so through our organisation forever in tune with our customers' needs.
Articulate Storyline E-Learning Demos & Training Examples Periodic Table Periodic Table by Phil Mayor, Elearning Laboratory View the Articulate Storyline example (See more examples in the Articulate Storyline showcase) View the interactive example → Why Microlearning is HUGE and how to be a part of it Microlearning is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts. The learners are in control of what and when they’re learning. Why has Microlearning has blown up recently? (Pardon the pun) To answer this question, you have to take a look at who comprises a majority of learners.
Essential Guide to Visual Thinking for E-Learning Here are two common challenges when building online training courses: knowing what content needs to be in the course and then having the right visuals to support the learning of that content. One way to overcome these challenges is to increase your visual thinking skills. You’ll learn to focus on the right content and then find the right visuals to support what you’re teaching. What is Visual Thinking? The essence of visual thinking is to convert your text-based information to images and text that show concepts and the flow of ideas. Gamification, Mobile Marketing and Baby Boomers - Jar Creative, UX Design and Marketing Agency In the recent blog “Responsive Web Design Best Practices for Baby Boomers” (1) we discussed the significance of the Baby Boomer demographic segment for mobile marketing. Nielson named this segment as Marketing’s Most Valuable Generation. One widely applied marketing tactic in recent years is gamification. Gamification also has many applications outside of marketing in areas such as education, employee motivation, personal fitness, or in encouraging people to save energy and natural resources.