Elearning

Career Transitions

From Teachers to eLearning Designers

Going from classroom teacher to corporate trainer brings a lot of transferable skills from one role to the next. Going from classroom teacher to elearning designer is a bit more of a transition.

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Elearning

The Challenges of Creating a Wordle in Storyline

Wordle is fun and addictive. It offers so many examples of good game design. And this is our story of how we re-created the concept for an elearning project.

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Global Training

4 Things to Consider Before Translating Your eLearning for a Global Audience

The moment you find out that your training or elearning module needs to be translated into other languages, you should stop to consider some very important elements.

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Accessibility
Accessibility

4 Tips for Creating More Accessible eLearning Courses in Storyline using Alt Text

There’s much more to fostering an inclusive learning environment than simply images and names. In today’s post, my colleague Lindsay Garcia describes a key feature of elearning that can make self-guided, asynchronous online modules more accessible and inclusive.

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Storyline

Creating Elearning that Feels More Like a Dynamic, Facilitated Session

Allowing learners to practice making a decision is realistic in Storyline elearning development.

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Elearning

5 Ways that isEazy Makes Content Development, well, Easy!

Need to create an elearning module? My colleagues Hannah Radant and Lindsay Garcia have spent some time using isEazy, a rapid authoring tool and offer 5 ways you can use it to engage learners while meeting your learning objectives.

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