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By on April 20, 2017

Instructional Design: Beyond Meeting the Objectives

There’s more to instructional design than a list of learning objectives. Often in a meeting, the first question out of an educator’s or designer’s mouth is “What are the objectives?” And who could blame them? Objectives are the foundational source of content presentation, delivery, and every type of mechanic. However, there is a danger that this […]

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By on November 4, 2016

Design Thinking in Digital Learning

The Who I recently joined Learnography as Design Manager. I have to say, I couldn’t be happier to be working with such an interesting and innovative team. My creative and digital media background has been a bit “outside the box” and very entrepreneurial in nature, which has given me a strong foundational background and dedicated […]

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By on October 20, 2016

The Evolution of Instructional Design

Every training resource begins as a pile of raw content. It comes in all shapes and sizes: a 20-year old PowerPoint presentation, a smattering of PDFs, or 500 pages of legal documents. Our mission is to take this unprocessed material and turn it into a powerful learning experience. There is more than one way to […]

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By on July 14, 2016

What’s Missing from eLearning?

Not everyone thinks that they are in an active state of learning, but just by walking down the street they are absorbing countless brand stories. You might not be able to fully articulate what’s happening around you but you’re still subconsciously aware of those billboards, those signs, and even that passer-by’s unique look. You know the […]

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