Let me ask you a question here before I start. How do you involve learners? Do you simply follow the mantra, “Present the basics first-Detail them next-Tell what to do-Finally, have them do it?”
Well, if your thought process is the same as the mantra, did it ever strike you if your learners are actively involved in your course? Apparently, most of the times, the answer is a big “No-No.”
Every job requires individuals to meet certain criteria to qualify for it. Professions such as physician, engineer, teacher, lawyer, etc., have set characteristics aspirants need to be proficient in.
Have you ever wondered what characteristics make a good instructional designer? Well, we all know that instructional designers create learning experiences that help learners accelerate their job performances. They have a clear understanding of how adults learn and their learning styles. They apply various instructional theories while designing online courses.
Instructional designers always strive to build effective e-learning courses. They keep themselves updated with the latest events in the e-learning industry. In this blog, I will share 8 important tips to help you develop successful e-learning courses.
The world is changing rapidly and so are training requirements in corporate organizations. Technology is also improving to meet these changing requirements. In the e-learning industry, traditional development is being replaced by rapid authoring tools. Rapid e-learning development refers to a new methodology of building e-learning courses quickly as against developing courses in Flash and other legacy tools.