My 10 Most Viewed Blog Posts from 2017

My 10 Most Viewed Blog Posts from 2017

Based on the number of views, these are my top blog posts from 2017.

  1. Instructional Design Isn’t Dying. It’s Evolving. This post also earned an honorable mention in eLearning Learning’s MVP awards.
    Recently emerged monarch butterfly
  2. Scaffolding in Microlearning
    Screenshot from Duolingo
  3. 40+ Instructional Design and eLearning Books
    40+ Instructional Design and eLearning Books
  4. Converting Traditional Multiple Choice Questions to Scenario-Based Questions
    Converting to Scenario-Based Questions
  5. Managing the Complexity of Branching Scenarios
    Branching scenario with exponential growth
  6. How Long Should We Let Learners Go Down the Wrong Path?
  7. How to Start Creating Conversation-Driven eLearning
    Conversation-Driven eLearning
  8. How to Get Started Writing a Branching Scenario for Learning
    Get Started Writing Branching Scenarios
  9. What to Write First in Branching Scenarios
    What to Write First in Branching Scenarios
  10. Objections to Stories for Learning
    Objections to Stories for Learning

My post on Immediate and Delayed Consequences in Branching Scenarios didn’t make this top ten list, but it was a finalist for eLearning Learning’s MVP awards.

My goal for this year was to continue posting consistently, with a regular post every other week and a links post about once a month. I met that goal and published a total of 41 posts in 2017. I also wanted to continue to write about storytelling and scenarios, since that’s my favorite niche.

  • 26 regular posts
  • 15 links posts
  • 16 posts on storytelling and scenarios

Thanks to everyone who reads this blog, especially those who comment, share, and like my posts. Blogging would be a valuable tool for reflection even if it was just for myself, but it’s so rewarding to hear from people how my posts have helped them. I’m looking forward to more great conversations in 2018!

 

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