Among all kinds of diverse audience that an Instructional Designer may have to address, a culturally audience is probably the trickiest. Mostly because it influences everyone equally. Content creators have tried to come up with abstract generalizations such as high-context… Continue Reading →
“eLearning Sucks!” “eLearning is $*!#!” “eLearning doesn’t work!” I am sure that you’ve heard at least one of these super-sad statements before. I have. I have seen them being bandied about on social media and talked about during webinars. And… Continue Reading →
Happy Learners = Contented Instructional Designers 🙂 What is Motivation? Before introducing the ARCS model, I would like to define the term motivation. While, Motivation is defined in several different ways, I prefer to define it as the urge to… Continue Reading →
Instructional Design is the study of the theories, models, and methods that make learning transfer effective. Most of these concepts apply as readily to life and other kinds of communication as they do to learning. I believe that being an… Continue Reading →
I had written the Instructional Designer’s anthem around 2005, and I have kept it on my home-desk since. Mine is a handwritten version of it though, but each morning it reminds me of what I need to do as an… Continue Reading →
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