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A selection of elearning related material from my PLN that catch my eye.
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Are You Using These 3 Ways to Identify the Objectives of Your Online Training Program? » The Rapid eLearning Blog

Are You Using These 3 Ways to Identify the Objectives of Your Online Training Program? » The Rapid eLearning Blog | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Not all elearning courses are created equal. Some seek to share information and build awareness while others may focus on action or changing behaviors. When building elearning courses, I usually separate them into two buckets: information or performance.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, April 16, 2013 6:06 PM

Thoughtful article from Tom Kuhlman.  He discusses how to build learning objectives for Compliance Policy Training and for Performance based training. 

MrCute Anny's comment, April 17, 2013 10:22 AM
None of the above, University of Nigeria has a way and names of identifying their online training tools at http://edu.unn.edu.ng
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Design Thinking for Educators | Upside Learning Blog

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IDEO is one of the companies I admire for solid and contemporary product design and especially follow their Play and Digital Experience areas on their website.
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Using Graphics To Improve Learning: The eLearning Coach: Instructional Design and eLearning

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Although no one can say that visuals are always superior to words, the principle known as the picture superiority effect should convince you that using effective visuals will improve learning. The principle states that people generally have a better memory for pictures than for corresponding words.


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