Blog - elearning modules

  • July 07, 2015

    How Steve Jobs Became the Father of Modern Mobile Learning

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Steve Jobs is credited with everything from producing Toy Story to essentially inventing the way we interact (or avoid) each other via mobile technology every day. But one of his most important contributions might not be the computer mouse or the iPad, but the availability of mobile devices as a vehicle for mLearning. Think about it: Without […]

  • December 02, 2014

    Be an eLearning Re-fashionista: How to Dress up Your Existing Modules

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Call it budget chic: Sometimes, you don’t have the resources to completely overhaul your closet just to match the trends. And when it comes to eLearning modules, chances are that working with a qualified instructional designer or e-Learning company has given you the good bones for a few updates, even if you don’t have the budget for something […]

  • December 01, 2014

    Inject New Life into Existing eLearning Modules with Social Learning

    By: Aaron Hill

    Picture it. The corporate learning officer calls a meeting to discuss social learning. The good news is that all that nagging and whining from learners got the powers that be finally to recognize the merits of social learning. The bad news is that you have to somehow incorporate social learning into existing eLearning modules. There must […]

  • April 24, 2014

    Storyboarding: 5 Steps to a Finished Product

    By: Jack Makhlouf

    Storyboarding essentially maps out your instructional design. But as you check, check again, rearrange elements and write content, you can easily get lost on your way to completion. By understanding the components of a finished storyboard – and knowing when to stop – you can transition from the planning stage straight into the design and […]

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