Years ago my mother and her friends used to go and get their colours done with Colour Me Beautiful. This was like a personal stylist service that matched your own natural hair colour to a season. You could be spring, summer, autumn or winter. By finding your right season you could figure out what colours worked best for you when shopping for clothes or make-up and in the long run become a more ‘beautiful’ version of yourself!
Well I don’t really use the Colour Me Beautiful services but I wish I could apply this concept to eLearning. I get asked…
If you missed my presentation at LearnX this year don’t worry. I have built my presentation using Articulate Replay. I discuss how to create memorable conversations in your learning space and also provide some tips for e-gardening.
There is no escaping it, the accepted method of accessing information and experiencing the “web” is increasingly via a mobile device.
Looking at the timeline for the rise of the mobile device against the rise of the internet, shows us that we are only at the tip of the mobile device iceberg.
It’s generally agreed that the internet was initiated back in 1960 with the electronic linking of Stanford and UCLA colleges in the US by APRANET. Over time the technology improved and with that the capability of the internet along with the initiation of the first graphics based browsers emerging in the…
I’m pretty sure we all realise that life does not follow a straight line, even in the most well structured and harmonious environments such as homes and offices with amazing cultures. So why should your eLearning content follow the one route.
Studies have shown that the amount of information and practical knowledge retained by adult learners, who have undertaken training that includes life or role specific scenarios to re-enforce key points of the training, show significantly better retention of that knowledge than learners who completed the same training using a purely linear, read some information and remember it style of course….
With technology’s great impact on education, there has been a tremendous rise in the number of online students. But what makes one successful is why we’re writing here today. We want to discuss the qualities of a great online student, so that you can be one, too.
I think we all agree, when developing eLearning for today’s widely diverse user groups, one of the key challenges is to make that content dynamic, engaging and full of user driven interactions. Without this the content comes across as tedious and dull and what’s worse, the message and key learning’s can be lost in a mire of text and static imagery.
Elearning developers who have already discovered the power of development tools on the market, will be aware these tools are increasingly gaining acceptance as the preferred development method. Mainly due to their immediacy, where content can be developed end…