Classroom training material can be in form of Word documents, PPTs, PDFs, videos, etc. In most cases, these training materials are unstructured and inconsistent. Content comprehension is necessary to create performance-oriented e-learning courses and is a key component of good instructional design. It enables instructional designers (IDs) identify gaps in the content and ensure topics ‘flow’ in a logical sequence.
Here is an infographic on the 7 step process of content comprehension. Please check it out.
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