Wednesday, 09 October 2013 13:29
Published in Concepts
We often hear about the debate of how Subject Matter Experts meddle with Instructional Strategies and how Instructional Designers do not have the freedom to develop their own product. In this debate we often forget about the target audience, and finally end up creating something for the Subject Matter Experts. This article talks about how sticking to the Instructional Design basics would help satisfy both the Subject Matter Experts and the target audience.
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 22:13
Published in Companies
Before you begin to develop your next e-Learning course, it’s important to first define the goals and purpose of the course. Are you looking to create a simple, user-friendly course or a more advanced course involving branching and scenarios? Take a look at your audience, skill set and authoring tool and outline your plan before you begin the e-Learning development process.
Friday, 05 October 2012 20:02
Published in General
eLearning 101 Part 2: Planning eLearning, describes best practices on script writing In eLearning 101 Part 3: Developmental Roles, discusses the communication process. eLearning 101 Part 4: Development Process, provides a more detailed development process.