Category: Instructional Design

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Adapting to Adapt: Learning a New Framework for Responsive Design

An Expert’s Advice on Using Adapt for E-Learning At Innovative Learning Group, we’ve designed and developed thousands of e-learning courses using many different authoring tools and programming languages. So when requests started coming in to create e-learning using the new-to-us Adapt authoring tool and framework, an application that allows you to quickly build responsive e-learning content, […]

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Make Learning a Process, Not an Event, Through Proper Transfer

I think it’s safe to say that at one time or another, all of us have probably been in a situation where we’ve created a really “great” training program, and the training just doesn’t stick. We end up asking ourselves, “What could I have done differently to ensure my learners effectively applied their new skills and knowledge on their jobs?”

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A Learning Strategy Is Your Road Map to Effective Organizational Development

I’ve been in the training industry for a long time — 25 years long. And I’ve done work on client projects representing the full gamut of subject matter and delivered via many different media (classroom, web-based, mobile, blends, and so on). One pattern I continually see is that many companies simply react to the needs of the moment and spend their time putting out training fires. A lot of these companies have not systematically thought through how they’ll go about building performer skills and knowledge.

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What I’ve Learned Developing Mobile Content Using Authoring Tools Designed for ISDs

I just wrapped up a free ILG webinaron optimizing your e-learning software toolkit, which you’ll be able to view next week on ILG’s YouTube channel.We had a great turnout and a lot of good questions were asked. The questions posed by the participants got me thinking about what I’ve learned from developing a number of mobile appsand mobile web sites.

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