The following is a list of additional resources you may find interesting to go through.
Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Kirschner , Casper D. Hulshof. Urban Myths about Learning and Education. 2015. https://theeconomyofmeaning.com/the-urban-myth-book/
Julie Dirksen. Design for How People Learn. 2015. https://usablelearning.com
Jeff Kortenbosch. 20 Questions L&D should ask before talking about training! 2020. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/out-now-20-questions-ld-should-ask-before-talking-jeff-kortenbosch/
Cathy Moore. Map It: The hands-on guide to strategic training design. 2017. https://blog.cathy-moore.com. This book is one of the favourites of the d-teach experts. The book provides guidelines that you can use to create effective e-learning with a focus on performance step by step.
Mirjam Neelen and Paul A. Kirschner. Evidence-Informed Learning Design Creating Training to Improve Performance. 2020. https://3starlearningexperiences.wordpress.com
Clark N. Quinn. Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions: Debunking Learning Myths and Superstitions. 2018. https://quinnovation.com/books/myths.html
Nick Shackleton-Jones. How People Learn. Designing Education and Training that Works to Improve Performance. 2019. https://wearetilt.com/tilt-talks/nick-shackleton-jones
Tim Slade. The eLearning Designer’s Handbook: A Practical Guide to the eLearning Development Process for New eLearning Designers. Second edition, 2020. https://timslade.com. A hands-on handbook that teaches you the essentials of e-learning. An absolute favourite at d-teach that is recommended to every new colleague.