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CCAF

I have been a strong advocate of Dr. Michael Allen’s CCAF Design Model to adding instructional interactivity to eLearning for the last five or so years. Instead of sitting with the client and rattling off boring mundane questions, I would rather show my passion for learning by “practising what I preach” and getting my facilitatorContinue reading “CCAF”

IoT thoughts

As we steer toward a future in which all our objects and environments are connected, we will eventually find ourselves living a technologist’s dream where everything is part of a network. But how will people experience and interact with this? Will users see it as a logical step in the evolution of the World Wide Web, or isContinue reading “IoT thoughts”

What is the A.G.E.S Model?

The A.G.E.S model is an essential concept in neuroscience that you can leverage to create effective learning programs necessary to improve employee performance.It’s effective and depends on how the human brain retains knowledge for a long time. A.G.E.S is an acronym which stands for Attention, Generation, Emotions, and Spacing. It has been proven that itContinue reading “What is the A.G.E.S Model?”

The importance of Style Guides

Most organisations and companies have style guides that cover the use of their logo and other graphic elements including reports, business card, stationery design and sometimes web page layout. These are useful documents from a branding perspective, but they generally don’t cover specific eLearning Interactive design requirements and this often results in inconsistencies across interactivities. ELearningContinue reading “The importance of Style Guides”

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