Remove ADDIE Remove Lectora Remove Program Remove Storyboard

Responsive Design Tips for eLearning Courses

eLearning Brothers

This is usually handled by the design tool and behind-the-scenes algorithms and programming. In terms of tools, Storyline 3 & 360 use resizable design, while Captivate and Lectora use responsive design. It doesn’t matter whether you use the ADDIE model, SAM, Agile Development or any other model or methodology. Consider the following when designing: Use a Storyboard. There are lots of great storyboard templates out there that you can use.

Tips from an Instructional Design Expert

Trivantis

The ADDIE Model is a long-term, proven model and provides a great starting point. Storyboarding is a big part of instructional design. What’s a good tool to use for storyboarding? PowerPoint is a great tool to use to create storyboards. Storyboards are essential to get buy in from the client before actually programming a course in Lectora® e-Learning software.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Tips from an Instructional Design Expert

Trivantis

The ADDIE Model is a long-term, proven model and provides a great starting point. Storyboarding is a big part of instructional design. What’s a good tool to use for storyboarding? PowerPoint is a great tool to use to create storyboards. Storyboards are essential to get buy in from the client before actually programming a course in Lectora® e-Learning software.

What is Needed to Develop an E-learning Course?

CommLab India

There are 3 phases in this model ( Source : Leaving ADDIE for SAM by Michael Allen with Richard Sites). After the prototype is approved, the design proof (storyboard) of the complete course is developed and sent for approval. After the stakeholder reviews the module, the storyboard of the second module will be developed and sent for approval. Rapid authoring tools make it easy for you to include these elements in your courses, without the need for programming knowledge.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

I’m not married to any one philosophy, I typically run waterfall ( ADDIE ) on my really simple stuff, because I can just run it through and get it done and it gets approved. And then when I get back the other languages, I load those in, and then I build it into a learning program, so you can take any language of the content, and then get points for it or pass or get a badge or whatever we’re doing for that particular scenario.