The Power of Conversation in your courses

In Elearning, it is important to develop a conversation or story in your courses. Why are conversations important? Conversations in your e-learning course can be extremely powerful! Conversations create interest, personal relationships with characters and a memorable lesson.

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How to Avoid These 9 Rookie Mistakes

Do you know when you see a professional looking course? What sets it apart from other courses that you have seen? Sometimes it is about the subtle details that set one course apart from another. Perhaps it is because I have designed and developed tons of courses, but there are a few glaring mistakes that […]

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Biggest Mistake in E-learning From Cathy Moore

Here is a great post from Cathy Moore as she reminds us how to constantly think about how we are putting our courses together. I love this message- in fact it may be something that I have all of my client’s watch before we start creating a course. Great post from her!

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How to Choose the Right E-Learning Tool for Your Project

Comparing Lectora Online, Lectora Publisher, Lectora SNAP! with Articulate, Captivate and others This Friday I have the pleasure of speaking at the PACT Excellence Share. We will spend time exploring the topic, “How to choose the right elearning tool for your project“. Do you: – Get overwhelmed at the thought of choosing an elearning tool? – […]

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How to Structure Your Content

I am working with a client who has created courses in Articulate Studio. I am struck by the thought that I often am when I help clients improve their courses. The phrase, “Just because you can doesn’t mean you should” hits me as page by page there are articulate interactions but no cohesive meaning and […]

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The Bottom Line? It’s All About the Learner

The Bottom Line? It’s All About the Learner

At the end of the day once you have created an online course, it is all about the learner and the course. Period. You will not be there to help them navigate or learn the content. Are you confident that you have built the course to not only engage the learner in the content but […]

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