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E-learning Development Process in a Nut Shell

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E-learning Development Process in a Nut Shell

Here, I offer a close look at the successful eLearning development process that has been used by the instructional designers to enhance the learning experience of learners, for many years, in a nut shell. You can follow this process, while designing and developing an eLearning course.

  1. Set terminal learning objectives that are performance-based with clear conditions and criteria for achievement.
  2. Based on the above, select precise and relevant content.
  3. Develop a course outline by breaking down the course into modules, units, lessons, topics, and sub-topics.
  4. Set module-level enabling learning objectives.
  5. Re-purpose the content to suit the web, make it crisp and reader-friendly, place the ‘need-to-know’ content on screen and ‘nice-to-know’ under pop-ups, links etc.
  6. Present the content in a way that suits the subject and the learner. Every screen should consist at least one learning point.
  7. Use multiple engagement techniques.
  8. Decide the rapid authoring tools (Articulate Storyline, Captivate, Lectora and so on) that best cater to your specific requirements.
  9. Insert adequate practice activities with feedback after every learning point. Develop activities for reinforcement of learning at the end of every module.
  10. Develop pre-assessments and post-assessments that are aligned with the learning objectives and the content.

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