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Marina Arshavskiy

Marina Arshavskiy

MA degree in Instructional Design Kirkpatrick Bronze Level Certified Professional More than 15 years of instructional design and eLearning experience Author of Instructional Design for ELearning book and the Agile ELearning Development: How to create awesome eLearning courses using the Agile methodology

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Marina Arshavskiy holds a master’s degree in instructional design and eLearning. She is committed to helping organizations become more effective by creating groundbreaking, results-oriented learning solutions. Marina has consulted extensively with private organizations and government entities, both in the United States and abroad. Her course designs have won multiple awards and have helped take organizations to the next level. Marina has been passionately involved in instructional design and eLearning for more than 15 years. She is the author of Instructional Design for E-Learning: Essential Guide to Creating Successful E-Learning Courses. Her major area of expertise is design of innovative eLearning courses that bring results and improve performance. For more information about Marina, visit

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