Building Bridges

Babbling Away: How Proven Instructional Design Techniques Helped Me Learn German

Tags: Case studies, Engaging learners, Online learning

Making the Move to a Virtual Classroom

Tags: Blended learning, Engaging learners, Learning objectives, Online learning, Professional development, Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Helping Learners to Digest – even Savor – Your eLearning

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Blended Learning: Look Before You Leap

Blended learning tools provide an instructional designer with many options, but more choices can also be confusing. How do you determine if the blended solution meets your learning objectives? How do you know which modalities to pick? And finally, how do you know that your mix will work within the culture of your organization? To […]

Create Learner Value with the Virtual Classroom

Independent elearning offers convenience for the learner and ease of delivery for the client. Yet, sometimes there is no substitute for discussion with one’s peers, feedback from the instructor, and hands-on activities to cement learning. Can the advantages of elearning and interaction of classroom learning both be addressed in a different modality? Meet the virtual […]

Educating Boston about Emergencies: the DelValle Institute Teams Up with EnVision

April 15, 2013. 2:49 p.m. Boylston Street in Boston. For the citizens and guests of Boston, the events that occurred on this date will forever be memorialized.  Since that day, we are only too aware of the need to prepare for and respond to emergencies, an understanding most of us didn’t have before. The professionals […]

Evaluation Enhances Blended and Online Learning

Tags: Blended learning, Engaging learners, Online learning