Content chunking means breaking large content into small bite sized units that are easy to understand and manage. It is done when there is heavy content or too much content for a given topic.
Content is chunked at course level and screen level. Course level defines how modules, lessons and topics are organized in a logical flow. Screen level chunking shows how lessons are divided into various screens with one key point in each screen without breaking its flow.
There are many factors that need to be considered while chunking content at screen level – audio, visuals, content type, screen size etc. Let’s now take a look at how these factors influence the chunking pattern in this infographic.
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