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This online course takes the form of a design lab in which you are guided through the whole process of e-learning creation with your own e-learning project idea in mind.

Online content is unlocked on a weekly basis and contains design activities which provide you with the necessary concepts, methods and tools to approach e-learning challenges.

Beside the self-paced online modules, this programme also includes live webinars on various e-learning topics. Registration for these webinars is not necessary. You will receive a Zoom link directly in your inbox. An overview of the webinar dates and content can be found below.

During the programme, you will have the opportunity to collaborate and network with peers. You will also get access to individualized coaching to enhance your own project idea. Individual coaching moments are tailored to your personal agenda.

If you have any questions or experience (technical) problems during the course of this programme, please contact us at

webinar overview

21 October 13h-14h | Kick-off & Digital didactics done right’

We start off with a bang. Get to know the team, the other participants and the programme. 

Subsequently, we will explore what works and what doesn’t work in e-learning under the ‘Digital didactics done right’ premise. Many e-learning looks like this: a lot of text, many clicks on the ‘next button’, but hardly any learning activities that have real added value. How do you ensure that an e-learning module does not become a digital brochure? The d-teach method: no need for bells and whistles, but ‘back to basics’ with effective digital didactics.

28 October 13h-14h | Action mapping to create performance based online journeys

Action mapping is a technique developed by training expert Cathy Moore that you can use to ensure that the e-learning journey you create serve the performance needs of your audience. Often, e-learning focuses on what trainers think people need to know. The core of action mapping is to first focus on what people need to do to create performance based online learning journeys. In this webinar you will discover guidelines and real-life tips and tricks for putting action mapping into practice.

18 November 13h-14h | About fools and top e-learning tools

e-Learning tools have sprung up like mushrooms in recent years. There are literally thousands of them. Can’t see the wood for the trees? Then this webinar will give you an overview. We discover which tools are worth their money, and how you can keep an overview. Besides the tools, there is also room for their deployment, because a fool with a tool remains ….. exactly 🙂

25 November 13h-14h | Online facilitator 2.0: how to engage learners in online environments

Being a skilled facilitator online is not the same as offline. It has been shown that half of participants drop out of online training. But, how can you excel as an online facilitator? Captivating participants and ensuring they stay engaged is key. As a facilitator 2.0, you need to make time for online community building, e-coaching and follow-up. Yes, an online facilitator needs to have a lot of competences. At d-teach, we have mapped out all these competences and we are researching how we can best provide support to online facilitators. Curious about our insights? Then this webinar is for you!

2 December 13h-14h | Beyond completion: how to evaluate performance in e-learning

When you think of evaluation in e-learning, you immediately think of the obligatory multiple choice quiz at the end of an online module, the happy sheets after an online webinar, or the completed tick in the learning management system. There is another way. How can you really evaluate whether your target audience has reached the goal of your online training? By focusing on performance outcomes. Not only in the evaluation, but already at the start of your e-learning development. In this webinar, you will discover some tips & tricks and practical handles to measure performace instead of completion.

9 December 14h | Wrap-up

Time flies when you are having fun. During this live wrap-up, we will focus on the key takeaways and the next steps. How can and will you put these into practice? Time for reflection and looking ahead. It was a pleasure to have you on board.