Looking to start off your new year on the right foot? Brush up on your instructional design skills with our most helpful Instructional Design (ID) articles of 2018.
You’ll find resources to bookmark and reference when you need a refresher on the basics or want to explore new e-learning ideas or design learning scenarios. And if you’re more experienced—no worries! We have great tips that will challenge you to think outside the box, too. Take a look:
- How to Design a Better Learner Experience: This article belongs in your ID toolkit. Follow these six steps to ensure your learners have a positive experience with your e-learning courses.
- 10 Things You Can Create with Rise Instead of an E-Learning Course: Challenge your typical course creation processes to keep learners engaged and boost their skills. This roundup is full of inspiration to help you build an unforgettable course with Rise.
- Creating Quizzes: Choose a Passing Score: Creating an effective quiz takes more than choosing a default passing score and hitting Publish. Learn valuable tips that will help you figure out what value to assign to your questions and how to calculate a passing score for your next course.
- 4 Fresh Ideas for Using E-Learning in Your Blended Learning Strategy: This roundup features resources you can use to improve the blended learning experience, including creative quizzes and scenario-based ideas.
- Tips for Creating Effective Post-Course Evaluations: Here’s another common challenge that many IDs face: demonstrating the value of training. This article will help you set guidelines to evaluate the performance and application of new knowledge and skills for learners.
- How to Match Question Types with the Skills You’re Testing: Developing realistic question types is necessary to measure your learners’ ability to apply their knowledge and skills. Here’s how to choose the type of question that most closely resembles what learners will need to be able to do in real life.
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