We have all spotted these ‘Landmines’ while conducting Training Needs Analysis discussions with Business Managers.
We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Multiple tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time. Experts know how to focus their energy singularly.
As I gleamed and read through the volumes of work dedicated to the Rubik's Cube, I realized that some very simple mechanisms may be at play behind making the Rubik’s Cube.
What if we build eLearning in such a way that after the initial launch of the eLearning is completed, the conceptual components can be extracted, flipped and re-used.
The success of a custom eLearning project is frequently attributed to good instructional design, programming, and graphic design.