How do you learn about learning science? Recommendations for people to follow, books to read, and other resources.
Curated links on insights for L&D, Twine, games and branching scenarios, graphic design, and quality assurance for elearning.
How research informs my work as an instructional designer, in writing, designing, and justifying my decisions.
Curated links on research on how stories improve learning, UX, transforming teacher resumes, adaptive learning, AI voices, and animation.
Curated links on SBL research, Twine, LXD, 360 images, VR resources, and elearning time estimate calculators.
In branching scenarios, use a combination of immediate and delayed consequences and feedback, depending on the learners and goals.
Curated links: an extensive podcast directory, research on videos for learning, and what one teacher learned in her transition to instructional design.
How many options do you need in a branching scenario for each decision point? What number gives the best balance of realism and manageable complexity?
While elearning often focuses on the behavioral aspect of learner engagement, our designs also affect cognitive and affective engagement.
In this post, I share a guide on becoming an instructional designer, storytelling research, and a tool for creating citations easily.