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3 Strategies for Effective Nonprofit E-Learning

The Nerdy NonProfit

You design courses that specifically target what the learner needs. Design a course that targets that change. For the work-from-home example, this could be a simulation that walks through how to design the perfect home workspace.

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Assembling the Right Team for an E-Learning Project

sgEngage

Design and develop course prototypes. The partner creates a prototype of the course to illustrate key design elements and the overall direction of the course. . Write and review storyboards. We’re heading into the “off-season” for many nonprofits.

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Tips for Taking a Tech-Fueled Approach to Nonprofit Training

DNL OmniMedia

An e-learning content development expert will bring knowledge of both instructional design and e-learning best practices to the table, creating courses that help your learners do their jobs better. Amy started with Artisan as a contract writer/instructional designer.

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How Nonprofit Staff Training Is Evolving Due to COVID-19

Top Nonprofits

Adjustments to Course Design and Development. Custom-designed, relatable courses. Creative, engaging design decisions. In this scenario, you’ll want to make creative and engaging design decisions to keep her attention.