Become an IDOL 11: Writing for Instructional Design with Nicole Papaioannou Lugara

Published: August 15, 2019

Episode: 11

Writing for Instructional Design with Nicole Papaioannou Lugara

Guest: Nicole Papaioannou Lugara

In this episode, I’ll be chatting with Nicole Papaioannou Lugara about her expertise in writing for instructional design. She shares tips and advice on how to be a better instructional design writer. You’ll also learn how Nicole became an IDOL without an ID degree or experience. In addition, she only had one FT IDOL job before she became a freelancer.

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In this episode we discuss:

 

  • The writing process
  • Shitty first drafts
  • The KISS rule for writing
  • Writing voice over scripts
  • Building HOCs before LOCs 

 

 

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Become an IDOL 07: Scenario Design with Anna Sabramowicz

Published: June 11, 2019

Episode: 07

Scenario Design with Anna Sabramowicz

Guest: Anna Sabramowicz, eLearner Engaged

In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with Anna Sabramowicz about scenario design. Scenario design is the secret to creating powerful messages in your learning experience design. Learning this technique early in your career will give you a huge advantage and an excellent tool for engaging your learners. You'll also learn how Anna became an IDOL without a degree or experience.

Anna Sabramowicz is a consultant who helps L&D Professionals struggling to move beyond “traditional” page turner training. She coaches ID's to craft engaging eLearning experiences without frustration, even if the status quo & subject matter experts pose a challenge.  Connect with her on LinkedIn 

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