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Adobe TutorialsAdobe Tutorials

Learn the basics on the Adobe Creative Cloud, or refine your skills with tutorials designed to inspire.​


Articulate TutorialsArticulate Tutorials and User Guides

Learn how to use Articulate software to create interactive e-learning courses with these video tutorials and user guides. Click the check marks below for each series.


International Society for Technology in EducationInternational Society for Technology in Education

Helping educators around the world use technology to solve tough problems.


US Distance Learning AssociationUS Distance Learning Association

The United States Distance Learning Association was the first nonprofit distance learning association in the United States to support distance learning research, development and praxis across the complete arena of education, training and communications.


LCMS vs LMSLearning Content Management Systems Guide: LCMS vs. LMS

The learning technologies market is fast-growing and full of innovative products. With so many options and acronyms (LCMS, LMS, CMS …), it can be tricky to work out exactly what you need and which products can deliver it. 

E-learning apps trendsE-Learning App Trends

E-learning apps are cost-effective, time-saving, and convenient. Everything is in favor of introducing a fresh and innovative e-learning mobile solution to the market as now more than ever it has a chance to flourish. If you want to create or improve such an app, go for it! But creating a successful and profitable mobile app for education can’t be done without keeping up with the latest trends in e-learning app development and knowing how to apply them to your business, something that the top education app developers always do.

The Rapid e-Learning BlogThe Rapid E-Learning Blog

Practical, real-world tips for e-learning success!


ERIC - Virtual Learning EcosystemsVirtual Learning Ecosystems

Digitally delivered learning shows the promise of enhancing learner motivation and engagement, advancing critical thinking skills, encouraging reflection and knowledge sharing, and improving professional self-efficacy. Digital learning objects take many forms including interactive media, apps and games, video and other e-learning activities and exercises. The author proposes the use of affordance-based design as an approach to effectively integrate learning objects and experiences into a comprehensive virtual learning ecosystem.

YouTube - Reinventing Education for the Digital AgeRe-inventing Education for the Digital Age

Education and technology has been in a race since the invention of printing.  Today, education is lagging behind, says David Middelbeck.  We need to change the fundamentals of learning to adapt to the digital age.  David tells his story of how after learning in Muenster and Harvard, he has just left a good job in tech to help bring technology into education.

YouTube - Types of E-learningTypes of E-Learning

E-Learning comes in many different types, styles, models and options. Know the differences and choose the best one that fits your company needs and goals.

The Accidental Trainer:  Learning TechThe Accidental Trainer: Learning Tech

Managing Partner at Float Chad Udell discusses his accidental entrance into the field of learning and development. Talking to Justin Brusino, ATD's learning tech content manager, Chad discusses the importance of keeping your finger on the learning tech pulse. 


The Accidental Trainer:  Staying on Top of Trends and TechnologyThe Accidental Trainer:  Staying on Top of Trends and Technology

In this episode of The Accidental Trainer, ATD's Justin Brusino sits down with Chief Learning Architect at Axonify JD Dillon to discuss how he got his start in the field as an instructional designer and how he keeps current with the latest trends and technologies. 

e-learning and the Science of Instruction booke-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning

by Ruth C. Clark - e-Learning and the Science of Instruction contains design principles that are written to increase learning while debunking many popular theories about good design. The book also includes a wealth of new topics such as e-learning for educators, new delivery technologies, and evidence-based training. Designers, developers, and consumers of e-learning can use the guidelines outlined in this practical resource to ensure that courseware meets human psychological learning requirements. The book includes best practices for communicating content with visuals, audio, and text; avoiding extraneous media effects; design examples and exercises that help learners build their skills and sharpen their problem-solving facilities; evaluation of simulations and games that are relevant to instructional goals; and much more.

The LMS Guidebook bookThe LMS Guidebook: Learning Management Systems Demystified

by Steve Foreman - If you need to manage training and education programs for employees, customers, or students, you need an LMS. Don't waste time and money picking the wrong one. The LMS Guidebook gets to the core of what an LMS does and how it works. This book tackles the urgent challenges you will face when putting an LMS in place: Which features are must-haves? What standards should your LMS comply with to mesh with your other technology systems? How do you migrate existing learning data into your new LMS? How can you ensure an uneventful rollout?



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