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7 Tips To Reduce Cognitive Overload In eLearning

7 Tips To Reduce Cognitive Overload In eLearning

Cognitive overload is the thorn in the side of eLearning professionals. In a perfect world, the human mind would be limitless and have the power to absorb an infinite amount of information without feeling strained. Unfortunately, this is not the case and we must ensure that our eLearning courses strike a perfect balance. Give online learners too much information and you overwhelm them; not enough, and you bore them. In this article, I'll share 7 tips to reduce your learners cognitive overload when designing eLearning experiences. 

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How To Tame High Cognitive Load In eLearning

Information overload is a significant hindrance to effective learning and retention. But, can we do anything about it? Fortunately, we can. Join us on the 29th of April to learn how to reduce cognitive overload.

Cognitive Load Theory And Instructional Design

Cognitive Load Theory And Instructional Design

Understanding the basics of the Cognitive Load Theory and applying them to your instructional design is an absolute must, particularly if you want your learners to get the most out of the eLearning course you are creating. This guide will offer you a detailed look at Cognitive Load Theory, including how it can be applied in learning settings. Check the Cognitive Load Theory and Instructional Design article and presentation to find more.