June Workplace Learning and Performance Improvement Links

Using Facebook for ELearning: The Ultimate Guide for E-learning Professionals- eLearning Industry
How to Create Free Closed-Captioning Text for E-Learning- The Rapid E-Learning Blog
Top 10 Unusual ways to Make Your To-Do List Actually Doable
Training Board Members as Brand Champions on Social and Beyond-Beth’s Blog
Why Work Out Loud? Learnlets

Resources on the ARCS Model of Theory



John Keller, developed the ARCS Model during the 1980’s as a way to boost motivation during learning. The ARCS Model contains four main categories:

  • Attention- getting and holding learner’s interest and attention
  • Relevance- The learning has to show a kind of usefulness
  • Confidence- There should be success opportunities and some personal control
  • Satisfaction- There has to be rewards, and feedback.

Click on the links below for more information on the ARCS Model.


ARCS Model of Motivational Design-Learning Theories

Bayh College of Education

Big Dog & Little Dog’s Performance Juxtaposition

Changing Minds

E-Learning Industry

E-Learning Snippets



Learning Technologies

Motivation at a Glance

WIKI- Teaching and Learning Resources

Instructional Theory-ARCS Model By Taryn Fleck

ARCS Model- John Johnson