Bundling content as topics makes it easily re-usable across multiple projects
Utilizing xAPI to: Track Learning Objectives and Skill/Competencies to Drive Business Decisions and Dynamically Adapt Training Content
This was an Ignite presentation at Ifest 2019.
Re-use pages and questions as duplicates, Learning Objects as duplicates or shared content with synchronize updates across all Project uses
For this episode of Instructional Designers In Offices Drinking Coffee, hosts Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden bring on special guest Patti Shank, PhD. Patti, the master of research around learning, chats with the team about using analysis of the way people learn to improve learning for the future.
How can we make the course a forced learning, i.e. the learner should click each interaction in order to complete the course?
Welcome to our second IDIODC episode of 2020! For this session, Brent and Chris are joined again by the ever so talented Kevin Thorn for an extra interactive session on creating icons for learning projects. Grab your thinking cap, a cup of coffee or tea (or whatever your drink of choice may be), and get ready for an insightful session with Kevin, Brent and Chris!
When taking the course assessment, I'm given some questions from each learning object but two of the learning objects show a score of N/A despite answering questions and receiving a score. What does this mean?
Diane Elkins joins us to debunk the common myths and excuses used to avoid creating fully accessible learning experiences. She's an experienced elearning development professional who's been at the helm of Artisan Learning for 20 years. Join us for this important and informative conversation.
Join dominKnow’s Paul Schneider, for Transform your Content with Gaming Elements April 13 @ 4pm ET