Design Rules for e-learning

The design rules for e-learning can vary widely. As e-learning professionals, we want to create environments where learners can thrive. That is the worthy goal. So, which rules do we follow to achieve higher learning outcomes? Donald Clark wrote a blog post, Mayer & Clark – 10 brilliant design rules for e-learning, based on Richard […]

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5 Ways to Learn A New Skill

When we learn a new skill, we grow. To grow, we have to be willing to stretch beyond what feels comfortable. Learning a new skill can intimidate many of us. Irrational fears can run around our minds and make us question if we have what it takes to push ourselves to the next level. Getting […]

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How to Stop Procrastinating

As professionals, there is always something new to learn, always something to be doing, always something to be improving upon… We know this, but sometimes, we find ourselves in a comfort zone where we stick to what’s tried and true. We know this leads to complacency, to tired material, to apathetic feelings. Yet, we look […]

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3 Job Searching Tips for Instructional Technologists

We wanted to share some job searching tips from Connie Malamed, blogger at the eLearning Coach, and a close friend of ISD Now. She recently shared her podcast on “Finding a Job in Instructional Technology,” with us. In the podcast, Connie interviews Joe Fournier, Director of Instructional Design and Technology, who has hired several individuals within the […]

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What are Some Tricks to Google Search?
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Curious about knowing some tricks to Google search? They do exist. Most of us who are busy professionals are trying to save time. We’ve only got so many hours in a day to get things accomplished. If you’re like most, you’ve probably researched the best ways to streamline processes and create systems to make life easier and help you work more efficiently […]

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