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3 Strategies for Effective Nonprofit E-Learning

The Nerdy NonProfit

If we gave you a list of instructions with the following information—and only the following information—what would you do? The point is that providing information and instruction isn’t very helpful to learners if you don’t provide specific examples to back it up.

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Assembling the Right Team for an E-Learning Project

sgEngage

Write and review storyboards. They’ll bring technical course authoring and instructional design expertise to the table, so you’ll walk away with a course that teaches your staff members or volunteers to do their jobs better. .

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How Nonprofit Staff Training Is Evolving Due to COVID-19

Top Nonprofits

Now to tie things back to e-learning: we know that the purpose of an e-learning course is to teach staff members how to do their jobs better. Amy started with Artisan as a contract writer/instructional designer.

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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.