Instructional Design Best Practices

4 Handy Common Craft Instructional Videos

Back in 2015, we partnered with the fine people of Common Craft and added many of their distinctive assets to our library. One of the many assets that they offer are instructional videos, presented in the unique and consistent Common Craft style we've come to know and...

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4 Ways to Make Our Ideas Stick

As I was preparing for the beginning of a new project, I considered different ways in which I could make the training successful. I thought back to some of the things I had read in the past, and one book came to mind, Made to Stick. It was written by Chip and Dan...

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Top 25 eLearning Blog Posts For 2016

By nature, people want to know the top or best of whatever it is they might be interested in. At some point, we should probably create a blog post that ranks our top 10 posts that have "Top 10" in the title, but for now, you'll have to settle for our top 25 eLearning...

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4 Things to Know When Using Layers in Storyline

As I talk with other Storyline users about their projects, almost inevitably the topic of layers vs slides (or sometimes vs states) comes up. There are some passionate people on both sides of the discussion. So, for the sake of those who might be wondering about...

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Give It 70%: Rethinking Modern Learning with Docebo

For centuries, educators have put lectures and reading on a pedestal as the most effective forms of learning. To be fair, they play a very important role, but perhaps the degree to which we use them can be overestimated. The good people over at Docebo recently put out...

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When Should You Use Video in eLearning?

Lights, camera, action…everyone loves a video! And, videos make a great addition to eLearning courses. But is a video always the right option? Not always. Here are five questions to ask before you spend the time (or money) adding video to your course: Will this video...

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