I have worked with some amazing people over the years. One of them is Lisa O’Reilly. Below are some examples of the work she has done which are great examples of instructional websites and specifically self-paced training.
You can check out her work at: http://www.oreillylearningdesign.com/projects.htm
Below are two examples of her work.
Assessment & Instructional Alignment
South Seattle Community College has archives from the 2011 Northwest eLearn Conference posted on their website: http://sites.southseattle.edu/tlc/Home/2011nwelearnconferencerecordings
The Lectora eLearning Team compiled a list of “Top 10” resources to help inspire eLearning professionals.
Check out the resources below. There are some good ones.
- How to Build Your Graphic Design Toolbox
Find the latest design and development tools to expand your graphics via The eLearning Coach
- The Top 50 Education Twitter Chats (and How to use Them)
This post has every Twitter chat you’ll need from education technology to social learning via edudemic
- Making Courses More Tablet-Friendly
Get quick and simple mobile development and design tips via E-Learning Uncovered
- How Important is Informal Learning?
Find out why informal learning is critical to employee success via Learning Solutions Magazine
- 15 Popular EdTech Tools Being Used Around the World
Learn the latest tools to increase productivity, connect with your learners and share via edudemic
- The Mobile Learning Ecosystem I – 10 Important Questions
10 Questions to ask when you develop mobile learning via Upside Learning Blog
- Is it mLearning when you Learn from doing a Google Search on a Mobile Device?
Learn how mobile devices make mLearning unique via The M-Learning Revolution Blog
- How the 10 Most Innovative Colleges Use Technology
See how forward-thinking institutions use technology in learning environments via edudemic
- Turn These Slides into eLearning
Learn how to quickly turn PowerPoint presentations into full e-Learning courses via Integrated Learning Services
- 5 Tips on Developing a Quality Elearning Course
Step back and look at the big picture with great tips via CommLab India
Here are a list of HTML5 and CSS tutorials for absolute beginners.
You can view the entire list here.
Or check out the most viewed videos:
KDMC has a ton of digital media tutorials posted on their website that are worth checking out.