e-Learning

eLearning content design and development related posts.

Next Session of IDCD in April + Other Matters.

January 26, 2016

ID Course Update and Other Thoughts: The Instructional Design and Content Development (IDCD) Course: The Jan session of IDCD is currently in progress. I intend to start the next session in April. If you are interested in taking the program with me, I recommend that you go through the details of the IDCD Course and send me an email....

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Trainers & eLearning – A Troubled Romance?

February 18, 2014

Folks, First of all, a huge Thank You for thinking about me and my training programs. I want to tell everyone that whenever the courses return, you’ll find the announcement emblazoned on this site – All you need to do is stop here once in a while and check. Let us now talk about more relevant matters and discuss...

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New Sessions for the ID and eLearning Courses Announced.

November 29, 2012

Dear Readers, I’ve announced the dates for the next sessions of the ID and eLearning courses that I conduct. Here’s a snapshot. IDST (Instructional Design for Senior Professionals & Trainers) Course: January 29th, 2013 (Sunday.) This 2-Month course is for you, if you have 3 or more years of learning-related experience (training, content development etc.,) and you want to...

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The Virtues of a Final Read-through of Content can only be understood when experienced!

November 21, 2012

One must, (and I repeat and capitalize MUST,) read through every bit of content that one writes. Unfortunately, it isn’t always possible – and only when it isn’t possible, only when one doesn’t do a review due to one or the other constraint,  one experiences the full impact of this mistake. I realized it this morning, when I chanced...

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The Composer of elearning Content – The Programmer

November 20, 2012
The Composer of elearning Content – The Programmer

Previous Posts in this series: The Anatomy of an eLearning Course The Creators of an eLearning Course An Enigma called the eLearning Project Manager The Mysterious Subject Matter Expert The Apparently Omnipotent Instructional Designer Instructional Design Reviewer – The Unsung Hero of eLearning Development The Language Editor – Ironing out the Wrinkles The Silent Magician – The eLearning Graphic...

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Announcing a Sparkling New Course to help you master the art of Developing Storyboards for eLearning!

October 6, 2012

My Dear Visitors and Readers, Before I provide the details of this course, I must tell you about what inspired it’s creation. The IDST (Instructional Design for Senior Professionals and Trainers) course gave me an opportunity to spend the past six months in the elite company of many Senior Trainers and Managers. It made me reflect upon the fact...

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Dreams and Nightmares – A Short Story about Success, Pride, and Fear

August 8, 2012
Dreams and Nightmares – A Short Story about Success, Pride, and Fear

Dreams and Nightmares – A Short Story about Success, Pride, and Fear   The sound of the footsteps echoed in the silence of the night. As Lisa hurriedly made her way across the society compound to reach her block of apartments, the sound began to fade. She wiped the beads of perspiration from her forehead and tried to control...

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The Silent Magician of eLearning – The Graphic Designer

June 26, 2012
The Silent Magician of eLearning – The Graphic Designer

Previous Posts in this series: The Anatomy of an eLearning Course The Creators of an eLearning Course An Enigma called the eLearning Project Manager The Mysterious Subject Matter Expert The Apparently Omnipotent Instructional Designer Instructional Design Reviewer – The Unsung Hero of eLearning Development The Language Editor – Ironing out the Wrinkles The Agent of Transformation – The Graphic...

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5-Tips for creating Storyboards without Losing your Mind.

June 14, 2012

Developing Storyboards for eLearning without losing your Mind or (Beating the Fixated ID Syndrome)   Here’s the scene. You’ve just completed your storyboard. It took you 10 interminably long days to finish it – and it’s finally done. You should be on cloud nine. You should be planning your weekend. You should feel free. But you don’t. Instead, you...

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Wondering whether you should become an instructional designer?

May 9, 2012

I know that there’s a strong echo of the term “instructional design” in the job market. I also know that you’ve heard this term from a friend of a relative of yours, and you feel that you have it in you to become an instructional designer. However, a quick check never does anyone any harm, does it? While I...

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