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    I was an attendee at the Lectora User Conference in 2017!
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    I was a speaker at the Lectora User Conference in 2017!
  • The Lectora User Conference was a great experience, both as an attendee and as a presenter. I had an opportunity to discuss some tech issues with some of the Trivantis team and as well as programmers from Elearning Brothers. At the session I presented there were about 40 people and their participation was very enthusiastic.

    The results of the…[Read more]

  • Goodbye PowerPoint, hello Lectora! This week is the Lectora User’s Conference and I want to share some of the decisions I made while preparing for my presentation on Responsive Learning Design. I have always been disappointed when attending an eLearning seminar and the presenter is not using the software about which they are speaking. The same h…[Read more]

  • What is the difference between adaptive learning and responsive learning? With the Lectora Users Conference only nine days away, it is important for me to be clear about this before I start presenting my case for Responsive Learning Design (RLD). Unfortunately, responsive eLearning design is already being discussed incorrectly. When we design a…[Read more]

  • Feedback, metrics, and key performance indicators are all useful to the instructional designer. The metrics provided by most Learning Management Systems leaves much to be desired. xAPI promises to provide all the feedback we could want, however, most learning departments have not yet implemented this new technology.

    Interestingly, Responsive…[Read more]

  • When it comes to e-Learning, the shortest distance between two points is not necessarily a straight line. If your goal as a designer is just to get the user to the last page, then a straight linear approach works. However, if you are performance goal oriented, the purpose is to effect behavior change. In that case, the user who can select his or…[Read more]

  • Why should instructional designers be interested in a Responsive Learning approach to web based training? With the pressure to develop courses “yesterday,” it is too easy to fall into the trap of just pushing out content. However, as the familiar saying goes, “Telling A’int Training.”

    Responsive Learning course design can adapt the content,…[Read more]

  • How do you create an online course that adapts to the needs of the learner? One way is to let the user click a button tied to hide and show actions that change the content on a page. If you have a knack for programming, you could devise a system of variables and actions that would change content based on user actions. Unfortunately, this can…[Read more]

  • Have you ever been challenged to create a web-based training that could compete with an instructor led course? I have, and that is what inspired my Responsive Learning Course Design. In a live classroom setting, the instructor can adjust delivery as needed to reach specific students. Likewise, each student can ask questions to receive individual…[Read more]

  • Imagine if you could effectively target multiple learning styles or experience levels in one course. In May I will be presenting “Use Responsive Learning to Effectively Reach More Learners” at the 2016 Lectora User Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. By responsive learning I mean that the learner determines the content that works best for him…[Read more]

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