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Should eLearning Courses be Informative or Interactive or Both?

eLearning approaches-Push & Pull

It is an exciting part in the world of eLearning which is full of digital trends, innovative ideas, learning techniques to make learners engaged, motivated, and stay connected with the courses.

Developing eLearning courses to make learning and training programs successful is nowadays a current hot topic. eLearning courses are best known for their high degree awareness, self-actualization, Learners convenient, Scalability, Effectiveness, reduced cost, consistency, quick delivery of lessons, and much more.

For example, if a course is heavy on information and light on interaction, OR light on information and heavy on interaction. Does it offer quality of learning? Does it improve consistency in studies?

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Importance of Instructional Design in Adult Learning Theory

Importance of Instructional Design in Adult Learning theory Final

There is no specific area that defines the instructional design. It’s an outstanding technique that makes big difference in audience lives by creating courses that motivate, inspire, and streamline the learning process.

With the paradigm shift to learning level, Instructional design has synthesized neurological facts and realities of adult-learning which hit the mark every time in its effectiveness. However, eLearning courses prove best with user-comfort zone, but here is the challenge due to different nature of audience.

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5 Productive Content Centered Templates to Simplify Your Work Day

5 Productive Content Centered Templates to Simplify Your Work Day_Text_and_graphic_template

We release the next set of Articulate Storyline ready-to-use templates to help budding developers and instructional designer.

Click on each image to get template details.

Text and graphic template- 01

This attractive template with unique presentation of content make learning process easy and effective.

Though the template has simplistic design, yet very attractive and has an eye-catching presentation. The screen is divided into collage of images on right side of the screen and descriptive text on left side of the screen. Each image is marked with numerical label and its relevant text is placed next to it with numerical label in sequential order.

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