ADDIE Training Model: Master the Power of the 5-Step Training Process

The field of instructional design relies on effective methodologies to develop impactful training courses. One such renowned model that has stood the test of time is the ADDIE Training Model. In this article, we will explore the ins and outs of the ADDIE training model, delve into its methodologies, and uncover the core principles that…

Instructional Design and AI: Beginner’s Guide to Prompt Engineering for Corporate Training

In recent years, generative AI has emerged as a revolutionary technology in the eLearning industry due to its ability to enhance the learning experience for students. As an instructional designer, incorporating generative AI into your content creation can offer numerous benefits such as personalized learning, streamlined course planning, and improved engagement. However, to fully utilize…

Personalized Corporate Training: How Personalization and Learning Pathways Transform Learner Experiences

Welcome to an era of personalized corporate training, where the convergence of personalization and learning pathways is revolutionizing the way employees acquire new skills and knowledge. In this fast-paced and dynamic business landscape, traditional one-size-fits-all training approaches fall short of meeting the diverse needs and learning styles of individuals. In this article, we will delve…

Find the Best Course Authoring Tools: Authoring Software to Transform Corporate Training Content

Corporate learning and development teams are increasingly looking at eLearning solutions to train employees in an engaging yet cost-effective manner. However, developing custom content in-house can be complex, time-consuming, and resource-intensive without the right tools in place. This is where course authoring tools come in – to simplify and streamline the content creation process. Create…

Day in the life of an Instructional Designer

This week’s blog comes from Intellek HQ and focuses on Christel Burris, the Head of our Instructional Designer team (and all-round motorcycling rock goddess). What is an Instructional Designer? The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) defines the responsibilities of Instructional Designers as “the theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management, and evaluation of processes…