5 Valuable Reasons Facilitators Say: Keep the Virtual Classroom Size Small
Why should virtual classroom training sessions be kept to the same size as traditionally delivered classes? Real facilitators tell us!
Whitepaper- Learner Engagement and Instructional Outcomes
Podcast - Julie Dirksen Answers the Question 'How Do People Learn?'
L&D struggles with the question 'How do people learn?' InSync Training spoke with expert Julie Dirksen, and she shared her insights.
Taking Your Training Global? Don’t Forget Instructional Design!
Program managers need to consider complex schedules, learner expectations, and regional differences, and most importantly perhaps, instructional design.
Exploring the Dsquared in ADDIE
And then I get to wax poetic about the differences in my two favorite phases in ADDIE: Design and Develop.
What Does the A in ADDIE Stand For?
The A in ADDIE stands for assessment, right? Or is it analysis? I can never remember.
5 Reasons to Design Blended Learning Using a Campaign Approach
A campaign design approach to blended learning is powerful - we can teach people how to use the tools we created on the job while training them.
What’s Your Story? Narratives in Blended Learning
Whatever your vocation, you recognize the role of the elements of the training being delivered, but it is safe to say that many of your learners may not.
Video - Hot Off the Press! New Blended Learning Book From Jennifer Hofmann
Jennifer Hofmann can help ensure the success of your blended learning efforts, with her book, The definitive guide to Blended Learning.
2018 in Modern Learning: A Year in Review
In 2018, we embraced the possibility of building skills outside of formal events. This blended reality required us all to consider key training elements.
Defining the Modern Learner Experience
When designing and delivering content, we need to balance five elements of the learner experience: technology, design, people, place, and time.
Inclusive Delivery: Ensure Your Blended Learning Strategy Meets Diverse Demands
As L&D practitioners, the demands of our job now require us to expect different faces in the room and learners with different needs and abilities.