Online Training Certifications: 6 Reasons Of Failure

6 Reasons Of Failure In Online Training Certifications Certification falls into three categories. Social certificates are shiny doodads you can post online, but they have a minimal corporate impact. Completion certificates are more for personal satisfaction. They’re useful in certain official contexts, eg a charity run or college application. Verified certificates are the highest level. … Read more

My Favorite Posts That Appeared In February

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Microlearning Video Production: 6 Tips

6 Tips For Microlearning Video Production Microlearning videos are short, sweet, and easily digestible. Employees watch work-related tasks in action and learn about the most common mistakes. Unlike webinars and workshops, they’re designed for ongoing support, to reinforce and refresh staffers’ knowledge base so that they break bad habits and maintain motivation. So, how do … Read more

Ed Tech Digest | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

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What Parents Should Look For

By Jenny Mollon Updated: Friday 25 February, 2022 Our aim at WhichSchoolAdvisor.com is to equip our readers with all the facts, opinions and knowledge you need to make the right decision when it comes to choosing a school for your child. How much should the design of the school factor in this decision? We spoke … Read more

Transferrable Skills Instructional Designers Must Master

They Are Called Soft Skills For A Reason Instructional Designers (IDs) come from a variety of educational and experiential backgrounds. The diversity of everyone’s collective experience is what makes every course unique and enriches the entire profession. While there are specific skills that definitely come in handy, there are many other transferrable or “soft” skills … Read more

Graphics In Learning: Using Them Effectively

Instructive, Seductive, And Decorative Graphics Richard Mayer’s cognitive theory of multimedia learning (2005) discusses how we process different types of information, the limits to our processing capabilities, and the principles for designing multimedia that make it easier to learn from. One is the multimedia principle, which states: “People learn better from words and pictures than … Read more

Why Insider Experts Should Guest Blog on eLearning Industry

6 Ways Guest Blogging Can Benefit Your Business Businesses often hesitate to share their expertise outside of their platform for fear of their ideas being stolen or some other website getting all credit for their hard-earned industry expertise. But even if you work on your SEO, who can guarantee that readers will actually find your … Read more