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8 types of learning infographics to create engaging learning experiences

Infographics help e-learning designers transform complex concepts into captivating and immersive learning experiences. From statistical insights to engaging timelines, these visuals enrich e-learning experiences, making complex concepts interesting, more accessible and understandable. Get ideas on transforming your training with these versatile tools.

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15 learning design mistakes you should avoid when creating online courses

I compiled this list of Learning Design Mistakes to Avoid based on the messages I received and conversations I had recently. Read about others’ mistakes, learn from them, and avoid making these mistakes.

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Facing My Learning Design Ghosts: A Halloween Confession

As Halloween creeps in, I decide to face my learning ghosts. I reveal the spine-chilling truth: my learning design closet is a graveyard of past mistakes. These skeletons and ghosts, more frightening than Chucky, have taught me some valuable lessons. Read my Halloween confession!

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Three domains of learning: Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor

Everyone learns differently, with various motivations, environments and deliveries providing people with alternative methods of receiving and retaining information. Teachers use different approaches to learning to target different types of learners, making their lessons engaging and stimulating. Learn how learning happens and how to use domains to improve your design.

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10 tips for Organising and Structuring Online Training Courses

Organising and structuring the content in your online course helps everyone enjoy the learning process and quickly find the sections needed. In this post I am sharing tips for organising and structuring the content of online training courses.

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Learning Styles. Adapting course design to different learning preferences

While, in most cases, it is impossible to design courses that would cater to individual student preferences, as designers, we should recognise the variety of learning styles and include elements to address their range.
In this blog post, I will explore ways of catering to different learning styles to create more inclusive learning environments that resonate with all students.

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Action Verbs: Get the cheat sheet to write better learning outcomes

Action verbs tables help describe activities corresponding to the intended┬ácognitive process┬áand desired outcome. I this post I share an action verbs cheat sheet table to better describe activities corresponding to educational objectives at each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

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