We’ve identified a core set of learning design models to help you quickly understand design and easily apply them to the vast majority of learning requirements that come your way.
This guide will provide you with:
- Learning models that combine best principles and leading practices from the L&D industry
- A shared vocabulary and point of view that you and your teams can adopt
- Structure that ensures every program has a solid instructional design strategy at its foundation.
If you’re new to learning design, or well experienced but looking for some new directions and inspiration, this free guide will help extend your knowledge.
Designing learning for impact using behavioural science
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Designing effective digital first learning programmes
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What types of content do learners engage with best?
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