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How to Conduct User Acceptance Testing for eLearning by Tim Slade

How to Conduct User Acceptance Testing for eLearning

When you’re nearing the end of development for an eLearning course, it’s easy to want to rush through the final...

How to conduct an eLearning needs analysis by tim slade

How to Conduct an eLearning Needs Analysis

When starting a new eLearning project, it’s easy to jump right in and start designing the course. However, it’s important...

3 Tips for Getting SME Feedback on Your eLearning Tim Slade

3 Tips for Getting SME Feedback on Your eLearning

If you’ve ever created an eLearning course, you’ve experienced the challenge of chasing down your SMEs to get their feedback....

3 Things You Should Always Include in an eLearning Prototype Tim Slade

3 Things You Should Always Include in an eLearning Prototype

In a previous post, I shared how creating an eLearning prototype can help you align expectations with your SMEs, accurately...

3 Things Non-eLearning Designers Oughta Know About eLearning Tim Slade

3 Things Non-eLearning Designers Oughta Know About eLearning

Whether I’m at a conference or work, online or in a classroom, I regularly interact with various types of non-eLearning...

working with SMEs Tim Slade eLearning

3 Must-Know Strategies for Working with SMEs

A good experience working with SMEs (subject-matter experts) can mean the difference between an effective versus an ineffective course; between...

eLearning Project Retrospective postmortem tim slade

How to Conduct an eLearning Project Retrospective

How often do you finish one eLearning project and move right on to the next, without evaluating the successfulness of...

building a highly effective eLearning team tim slade

4 Strategies for Building a Highly Effective eLearning Team

Building and developing a highly effective eLearning team isn’t easy. Whether you’re working with a team of new or experienced...