It’s cost effective and successful, it’s time and location independent. No wonder it’s taking over territory formerly held by traditional methods of education. To share a term used in marketing, advertising and business, eLearning is disruptive.
The modifier itself is evocative. Traditionally someone or something disruptive, interrupts or stops the flow of whatever occurred before. » Continue Reading.
Before the #LTEN conference last year, I spoke to a long-time eLearning employer of mine. One who had risen through the ranks of her Life Sciences eLearning content creation company from instructional designer and project manager to department manager and partner. My question was what do you look for in an eLearning narrator. Her response made me almost swallow my » Continue Reading.
As eLearning narrators, we are highly aware of the not only the role we play as the conduit between the instructional design team and the learner, but of how the industry itself and its staggering growth is changing the way the world learns. Rather than learner going to teacher, the teacher (in the form of an eLearning program) now » Continue Reading.