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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Read this Free eBook - 157 Tips on Improving eLearning Design | The eLearning Guild

Take a closer peek at this complimentary eBook,157 Tips on Improving eLearning Design.

Today’s instructional designers have the daunting task of designing an experience, not just a training program. Designing such experiences requires a deep understanding of the modern learner, the latest trends in technology and new media, and augmented and virtual reality tools, plus the ability to grasp and work with a lot of content.  

This complimentary eBook, 157 Tips on Improving eLearning Design, includes insights on improving eLearning design from members of the eLearning Guild community. This eBook can be glanced over in a single sitting and called upon at times when you need ideas to apply to your work. The enclosed tips fall into a number of categories and are sure to improve your eLearning design. The topics include:
  • Customizing and personalizing learning
  • Demonstrating your value
  • Designing for mobile
  • Documenting and managing your designs and standards
  • Effective instructional design and development
  • Making learning stick
  • Managing project costs and time
Photo: David Kelly
David Kelly, Senior Vice President and Executive Director, The eLearning Guild writes in the introduction, "For this eBook, we’ve reached out to The eLearning Guild community and asked people to share their insights on how they manage to keep their skills sharp in the growing number of competencies that are required in our work. What follows is a collection of over 150 tips that are organized by different types of skills that today’s IDs need."

157 Tips on Improving eLearning Design explores a number of different skill sets, including personalizing learning, designing for mobile, project management, applying standards, and more.

I hope that you enjoy this eBook. The role of the instructional designer continues to grow, so I hope these tips help you overcome the challenges you face in your role.

Download the free eBook now

Source: The eLearning Guild