We know that learning strategy is based on the nature of training content. So, when we are developing online courses, we need to choose an authoring tool that is aligned with our broad learning strategy.
What is the authoring tool that best fits your learning needs? This is the question that will come up when getting your eLearning courses developed. There are number of tools out there in the market providing you with multitude of choices. How do you choose an authoring tool that meets your learning requirements? How does content analysis help in choosing the right authoring tool?
To learn answers to the above questions and more, join CommLab India’s live webinar on “Align Authoring Tool Templates for Effective Learning Strategies”.
If you are:
- a senior executive in charge of implementing eLearning,
- an instructional designer who would like to enhance your knowledge of authoring tools or,
- a training manager looking to use authoring tools for developing online courses,
you will find this webinar interesting.
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In my previous blog, Content Chunking in E-Learning: 10 Practical Tips – Part 1, I have shared five tips on content chunking. In this blog, I would like to share the other five.
The most important principle for designing lively eLearning is to see eLearning design not as information design but as designing an experience. – Cathy Moore
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People expect to be bored by eLearning. Let’s show them it doesn’t have to be like that! – Cammy Bean
It is well-known that learner engagement plays a critical role in the success of a self-paced eLearning course. So, how can you ensure that your online course captivates your people? What are the aspects you need to focus on to leave your learners spellbound? How can you design the perfect eLearning course that creates learner delight? Well, here is an info-graphic that lists 5 tips to hook your learners to your eLearning course.
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I believe that (the) educational process has two sides – one psychological and one sociological. . . Profound differences in theory are never gratuitous or invented. They grow out of conflicting elements in a genuine problem. – John Dewey, In Dworkin, M. (1959) Dewey on Education
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