instructional design

August 22, 2017

Top tips for better assessments in elearning

When I was 16, I applied for my two-wheeler licence. I was told that the riding test involved doing a ‘figure of 8’ in a small, confined space, and that I had to ensure that my legs didn’t touch the ground for multiple rounds. What a realistic way of assessing my riding ability…NOT!
December 16, 2014

What you do is not important

Today I’d like to use a sledgehammer to drive home an exceedingly subtle point, because in the end I hope to break something: your […]
July 29, 2013

The Learning Hook’s Door: eLearning Gold or UX insight?

ery embarrassing to admit, but on a ridiculously regular basis I open the front door of our office incorrectly (I pull it instead of pushing – it […]
March 5, 2013

Instructional Design used for evil… Unsubscribe now!

I don’t usually use this Learning Hook blog for ‘rants’, but… here’s one worth thinking about I hope – Instructional Design used for evil […]