Tag Archives: Top 10

Top 10 e-Learning Don’ts – from @minutebio

There’s a great new post up from Jeff Goldman (@minutebio) called ‘My e-Learning Don’ts‘ and it’s definitely worth skimming his top 10 list to make sure you’re not committing any of the major design faux pas. Here are my top 3 from Jeff’s list: Don’t: Don’t: Don’t: There’s more being added in the comments section so take a look at the full post and add your 10 cents worth, from a designer or learner perspective. @Schnicker

10 Tips to Becoming a Rapid E-Learning Pro

I’ve been reading Tom Kuhlmann’s eBook as pictured on the right. Tom is the author of The Rapid E-Learning Blog (part of the Articulate website) and although the book has been around for a wee while, there are some really great ideas and relevant tips in there. I extracted a few of the ones I liked the most for this post:10 Tips from ‘The Insider’s Guide To Becoming a Rapid E-Learning Pro’: The difference between a novice and pro is … Continue reading

Great Workplace eLearning Posts from 2009

There’s a lot of pressure when it’s your first blog post of a new year! So, I’m just going to take the pressure off by mentioning a post (or many posts to be precise) that I was reading earlier today and found to be very interesting and useful. It’s called “Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009” (from eLearningLearning) so there is a lot to read, as you would expect, but here is a sneak peek at the Top 10: … Continue reading

Top 10 Learning Journey Blog Posts for 2009

As December wraps up and the year draws to a close it’s time to check in and see which 2009 posts were the most popular on the Learning Journey blog: Top 10 Best Practices for Teaching Online Top 6 Tips on Course Design Tips from an Instructional Designer New Firefox: Update Adobe Flash Player 7 Things to Avoid in Online Training Video Design Top 5 Tips on Course Design from an Interaction Designer 10 Great Online Training Resources Top Screen … Continue reading

10 Things I Learned from 10 People

Yesterday I attended the first ever TEDx conference to be held in Auckland and all I can say is WOW. It’s humbling to hear what some people are doing every day; unbelievable things that will positively impact the future of our society, environment, health – you name it, they’re doing it. Anthropologists, Futurists, Doctors, Scientists, Adventurers, Technologists – the range of speakers was astounding and left me feeling just a little inadequate. Not in a bad way, but in the … Continue reading