One hour or 60 minutes or 3600 seconds, the hour is the standard by which elearning development costs appear to be measured. I’ve read with interest several blog posts about development cost per hour but what exactly is an hour of elearning and how is it measured? In an industry it is valuable to have […]
In addition to writing the blog, tweeting and providing resources for other websites we follow several blogs. I thought that it would be a good time to share them. The Rapid e-learning blog This is the articulate tool blog providing useful tips for using a range of development tools, not just Articulate. Games Can Teach […]
I’ve have just finished reading a book at the British Cycling team and their meteoric rise over the past 10 years. As a keen cyclist the book provides a number of insights into how the team operated. There is one section in particular that raised a number of questions. Sir Chris Hoy started to compete […]
The BBC website is carrying a feature on PowerPoint. It’s 25 this month if you didn’t realise! The author of the article details some of the problems with presentations and some of the common mistakes that people make. If you are interested in presentations and improving your slides, regardless of what tool you use then […]
Before the internet explosion and during the birth of CBT and e-learning roles were much easier to define. I worked in several e-learning development teams that consisted of Researcher, Programmer/Author, graphic design, technical person, intstructional designer over time the roles began to blur, the number of people required for each skill changed, programmers learnt photoshop […]
I might be missing something here but after spending the last 15 years working in e-learning and new media it is still far more common to have a conversation about accessibility when talking to a client about a website than a piece of e-learning. Website design has made great strides in supporting usbaility standards, although […]
I created a wordle cloud from the blog. Interesting!
Interface design, instructional design, usability, interface specialists etc… the list goes on. Everytime I pick up .net, edge or elearning age I’m likely to be reading about a particular job role, all of which are ultimately to do with creating a design that a user or learner will use. In recent months we’ve been looking […]
we are currently waiting for our developer status for the iPhone to be approved. Whilst we are waiting we’ve been trying a few things out. Here’s a sneak preview.