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Instructional Design

How to Become an Instructional Designer: The Definitive Guide - Devlin Peck - Performance Consultant for Corporate Tr...

Would you like to become an instructional designer? This in-depth guide walks you through everything that you'll need to know to break into the lucrative, rewarding field of learning and development.

Create Effective Microlearning Fast with PowerPoint

A microlearning approach can be really successful in helping your learners meet learning objectives. Three important considerations for creating microlearning are:

  1. Making it a part of a larger learning strategy

  2. Getting learning into just-in-time resources, and

  3. How it can facilitate spaced practice

And of course, you need the right tools to actually create the content that supports these considerations. I think that PowerPoint could well be the only tool you need. No, wait, really!

Become an IDOL

Instructional Design and Online Learning developer tips, tricks, advice, expert interviews, and insider information. - Training podcast from United States

Build Your Instructional Design Online Portfolio Workshop

In this workshop, you'll run over the procrastination habit and we'll set up your IDOL online portfolio and teach you how to create ID content even if you have zero experience.

Introduction to Dr. Robin Sargent

and why I started Become an IDOL Facebook Group

Achieving Worthy Performance in Healthcare Instructional Design - eLearning Industry

Do you want to design Healthcare Instructional Design that turns typical employee performance into exemplary performance? Read on!

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