You missed the AITD 2022 conference? Let me share my favourite talks and key takeaways about technology, play, purpose, rewards and universal learning design.
I’m a bit cheeky with this blog, but there are some questions we as instructional designers get asked that make us roll our eyes (only a bit). Find out the answers…..
2D character creators are a reasonable alternative if you can’t afford an illustrator or use photos for your learning resources. I tested a few for you here.
Sequencing is about deciding on the order of chunks of content. The right order supports the learner with gaining new skills and knowledge. Learn more about types and what to consider.
Chunking is a process to group topics into meaningful combinations to help the learner to better absorb and retain the knowledge. Learn more about chunking here.
Storyboarding may look like a lengthy exercise but it will result in a complete blueprint for your course to discuss with your project team and a brief for your developer, narrator and/or videographer.
We used Zoom to record videos and audio online for an elearning project with interviewees working from home. Learn more from my experiences in this blog.
After working as a self-employed instructional designer and facilitator, I thought it’s time to reflect. What have I learnt? what is different compared to my previous business in Europe?
Let’s finish the year with a bit of fun. We’ve all moved online this year, even for socialising. Who hasn’t played Trivia online….? Test your knowledge of the news, including a COVID-19 test.
Used to facilitating live online in Zoom, moving to Microsoft Teams had its challenges. Teams doesn’t have the same functionalities, so you need to adapt. Read more about my experiences.