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eLearning Design & Development Cost Analysis…How do I prepare for 2018?

As a pioneer in eLearning, I have been part of over 5000 plus projects from Project Management, Instructional Design, Instructional Development and LMS management. The biggest roadblock I experienced, in the beginning, was pricing the jobs based off of fair market value. I looked at sites such as, Career Builder, and Indeed and looked at the hourly cost for each of the assignments. I also pulled out past logs to see based on word count and slide count as well as level on how…


Added by Freddie Batista on December 11, 2017 at 10:00am — No Comments


The flipped learning model enables Instructors to enhance the classroom experience with less lecturing and more hands-on activity.

Flipped: The Instructor guides the lesson via a virtual classroom, podcast, precourse work or through the Learning Management System.

Flipped: The Learners work in the classroom environment with experiences that give a deeper understanding of the applications or…


Added by Freddie Batista on December 15, 2016 at 7:36pm — No Comments


Added by Freddie Batista on May 16, 2015 at 9:38pm — No Comments

eLearning or Traditional Style Training, that is the Question ?

As a pioneer in eLearning, I can relate to several questions you may have when it comes to eLearning. Like you, I had several questions when I was first introduced to this new technology. So, you’re responsible for training for your Fire Department and you just acquired a new Learning Management System for your Department training. As you looked through the training they had to offer, a lot of it didn’t follow your SOP’s and Protocols. As the new training officer, you want to be able to…


Added by Freddie Batista on February 8, 2015 at 9:27pm — 4 Comments

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