Creating an e-learning course is not just dumping classroom content in a slide and deploying it online.The content needs to be organized in a way that helps learners understand, learn, and remember for a long period of time and it should help learners easily accommodate new information in their existing knowledge base. It should also be delivered to the right people, through the right devices. So how do you ensure it is organized, processed, and made available to the right people?
You need a model – an Instructional Design Model. An instructional design model is a tool, a framework to develop instructional materials.
To know more information about Instructional Design Models, check out our infographic below.
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