E-Learning

As simple as it sounds, there is a ton of nuance behind the design of good e-learning. It is not rocket science, but it is a science. Learn the best principles from this section of the blog.


CONTENT CURATION AND CRAP DETECTION

By Learnnovators

As we drown in more & more information every day, one skill that’s becoming increasingly important for learning designers is content curation. This post explains how we’re doing it already, and…

YOU DON'T NEED AN SME, YOU NEED AN SME TEAM!

YOU DON’T NEED AN SME, YOU NEED AN SME TEAM!

By Learnnovators

We often look for a single SME to provide all the inputs that we need for a learning project. But that may not always be possible, or practical. In this article, we talk about the importance of…

12 TEMPLATES WE CAN, AND SHOULD, USE WHILE DESIGNING E-LEARNING

By Learnnovators

When we think of custom eLearning, we tend to believe that everything should be developed from the ground up. It doesn’t have to be. Templates can be incredibly useful in ensuring that key elements don’t get missed out…

DON'T SHUT DOWN THE AMYGDALA, PLEASE

DON’T SHUT DOWN THE AMYGDALA, PLEASE

By Learnnovators

There are several mental conditions in which learning thrives. In this post, we talk about one in which learning simply does NOT take place – when the learner perceives a threat to their intellect.

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM OF COURSERA

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM OF COURSERA

By Learnnovators

Well it’s taken me over 3 and a half years, but I’ve finally completed another MOOC… this was on the Coursera platform. Despite my overall satisfaction with the course, however, I experienced yet again a couple of perennial bugbears.

HOW TO FIX OUR SENSELESS COMPLIANCE TRAINING

HOW TO FIX OUR SENSELESS COMPLIANCE TRAINING

By Learnnovators

All big organisations have a Learning Management System. It’s used to track and record the training that the employees do. In practice, it tends to be used to administer compliance training, though it can be much broader than that.

5 WAYS TO MAKE LEARNERS RECEPTIVE TO LEARNING

5 WAYS TO MAKE LEARNERS RECEPTIVE TO LEARNING

By Learnnovators

An important ingredient for a course to succeed is learners’ receptiveness to learning. How can we get this right, opening up their minds for the possibility of learning, thereby making full use of what the course has to offer?