5 eLearning Trends Leading to the End of the Learning Management System

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It can be accomplished by tagging learning components and making them smart, by offering personalized learning paths based on the outcome of previous activities, or by creating smarter personalized courses based on learning objectives. All methods are good and they can even be combined. I also believe that we have to leave ADDIE (or ADDIE like methods) and move into agile eLearning development. Just three years ago I wrote a post on the future of eLearning.

Selection in Agile Learning Design

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This means chunking the contents into the most logical units that promote and speeds the learners' ability to learn and then packaging it into various media that provide the best delivery methods. Thus rather than breaking the material down into the smallest possible objects and tagging it for future reuse, it must be designed with the learners first in mind.

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