You can do live training with branching scenarios using full group discussions, polls, small groups, or assignments.
A prospective client asked me to “tweak” their PowerPoint slides and call it elearning. Here’s how I responded to shift the conversation.
This is a basic outline of how to create a training program for people without a formal instructional design background.
How Much Do People Forget? – Work-Learning Research This is the link I send people
Saul Carliner’s second edition of Training Design Basics is written for people who are brand new to the field and are creating their first training program. This is a great book for those who are just getting started with training. People switching careers into training or instructional design from another field would also find a wealth of information. Training managers who don’t come from a training background but want to understand it better would benefit, as would project managers who are looking for what to include in their task lists and how to estimate time and cost.
Seth’s Blog: Training and the infinite return on investment This assumes the training actually has
Our team has spent over a year preparing for the conversion from Blackboard to Sakai
Someone asked me a question this week about skills for facilitating online discussion forums. He