Category: Instructional Design


Theme-based Learning for Heightened Retention: An e-Learning Perspective

by Arunima Majumdar | November 27th, 2014

The modern workplace is an environment that thrives with technology and the scene is thus set for the continuing popularity


Outsourcing e-Learning: Creating stand-alone training through external resources

by Arunima Majumdar | November 21st, 2014

The rapid increase in the number of corporate learners and the increasing diversity of learning needs has helped e-learning to

asynchronous learning delivery

Increasing student engagement through Interactive Learning Design

by Arunima Majumdar | July 1st, 2014

Modern learning is a social and collaborative process of knowledge building where a learner interacts with the content and the


Achieving More from Collaborative Learning – Are Collaborative Scripts the answer?

by Arunima Majumdar | October 5th, 2012

Free collaboration may be a good way to invite ideas and brainstorm, but it does not always meet the learning


Instructional Design Challenges for Smaller Screens

by Arunima Majumdar | April 30th, 2012

Mobile learning is fast gaining pace as a popular medium of imparting knowledge amongst the new-age learners of today. Most


Text in E-learning: The Unsung Hero

by Kanchan Pandey | November 24th, 2011

Being part of the learning industry, most of us have seen how e-learning has changed and evolved with time. As


Storyboarding – Challenges in the Process and Solutions

by Learn to Suceed | September 9th, 2011

Though an established crucial step in e-learning development, Storyboarding is also often forced to be the most hurried one. There

The Success of Blended Learning: Some Experiences

by Varun Arora | July 18th, 2011

Today, more time and resources are being utilized than ever in creating training and delivery platforms that are best suited


ID Strategies to Connect with the Adult Learner

by Pooja Kumari | July 1st, 2011

We learn something new everyday. Some of that fades off with time while lessons that truly make an impact, stay


The Right Mix: Using Media in e-Learning

by Rupal Pathak | May 26th, 2011

Technology is always the backbone when developing e-learning content. With advances in technology, learners can now view learning content through

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