5 ELearning Articles You Will Enjoy

Given that I am so deeply involved with the elearning industry I often find myself reading publications of various sizes on the subject. I am interested in nearly every facet of the industry, from technology and systems we use to instructional design theory. Needless┬áto say there is no shortage of material. ­čÖé

If you also have an interest in the elearning industry then I encourage you to have a look at the following articles from other individuals and businesses who also care about elearning.

As is typical for this time of year, many of the articles focus on the year that just went by, today’s latest trends, and how (or if) those trends will grow in the coming year.

December is nearly coming to a close and soon the excitement of the new year will be upon us. Until that time, sit-back, relax, and enjoy some of these interesting articles from your fellow elearning colleagues!

5 ELearning Articles Worth Reading

The Neuroscience of How ELearning Blends Into our Brain – A brief but scientific look at how our brains interpret elearning.

2016 Reflections on Games and Gamification for Learning – An opinion piece on the role & impact of gaming elements in learning for the past year.

Immersive Learning – Discussion on what constitutes “immersive learning” and the role it could play in 2017.

52 ELearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging ELearning – The title says it all.

Top 25 eLearning Blog Posts For 2016 – The best posts from the ELearning Brothers in 2016.


Justin Ferriman is the co-founder and CEO of LearnDash, the WordPress LMS trusted by Fortune 500 companies, major universities, training organizations, and entrepreneurs worldwide for creating (and selling) their online courses. Twitter | LinkedIn

3 Responses

  1. Personally I’d like to recommend this article of 52 experts giving out their thoughts for free.
    I came across this ultimate roundup published eLearningArt a couple of days ago and already bookmarked it as a good deal of those insights are really useful, but I’d like them to be an inspiration for 2017. Good linking! It’s always nice to see how seriously substantial content echoes in the blogosphere.

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