Today’s instructional designers have the daunting task of designing an experience, not just a training program. Designing such experiences requires a deep understanding of the modern learner, the latest trends in technology and new media, and augmented and virtual reality tools, plus the ability to grasp and work with a lot of content. The ideal learning experience designer should have a combination of skills in advertising, technology, and new media, and a passion for learning. The eLearning Guild’s new free eBook, 157 Tips on Improving eLearning Design, offers insights on ways to improve eLearning design from members of The eLearning Guild community.
- Customizing and personalizing learning
- Demonstrating your value
- Designing for mobile
- Documenting and managing your designs and standards
- Effective instructional design and development
- Making learning stick
- Managing project costs and time
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