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Who’s the Diva?

ISD, ADDIE and HPT ?

Instructional design models can be confusing since they seem more like process models and could be simply labelled as instructional design methods as defined by McGriff (2001) “systematic guidelines instructional designers follow in order to create a workshop, a course, a curriculum, an instructional program, or a training session”. These models are more of an adapted development life cycle for e-Learning with a flavour of instructional design involved where educational theories should be applied to ensure learning objectives are met. Read more »

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Is your Organisation ready ?

Baby on elearningAlong with all the practical aspects of creating an enterprise eLearning strategy I’ve come to realise getting an organisation to move forward and adapt is a difficult endeavour especially when the bulk of personnel in Learning and Development are stuck on the old ways.
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Blended Learning – Interactions

In the corporate e-Learning world engaging interactions are becoming more important since a lot of what is produced is simply tell and test which leaves much to be desired with learners simply becoming less and less engaged.
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Using Twitter for PM

Project communication and coordination is vital to project success. Project sponsors and stakeholders have too much communication to wade through. I’m sure they don’t want another eMail from you especially one lacking in concrete actions and looking for suggestions or ideas!  Lack of value added communication creates little confidence that you have everything in control and really wastes the time of those you need to keep up-to-date.
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Evolution of SCORM

Designing and developing eLearning is difficult enough but when it comes to explaining the technology which allows communication between the content and the LMS most eLearning and training professionals fall short of being able to understand it let alone explain the intricacies of the way this happens. Read more »

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