Rapid Authoring Tools For Creating mLearning

Upside Learning

There is still a lack of standardization across devices and amongst networks across geographical areas resulting in mlearning content development being somewhat constrained. Here are some authoring tools that claim to let authors develop content targeted at mobile devices.

How to create an Explainer Video for Training

eLearningArt

Just a few years ago, the only way you could create a quality explainer video was to hire a motion graphics expert. Now, there are a handful of low-cost tools that make is so anyone can create an explainer video. There are a ton of different ways and styles to create an explainer video. But the purpose of this article to create something quickly. So a lot of the examples and tutorials are creating marketing videos. 1: Brainstorm your content.

Practical Storyboarding – Not Just for Developers

Integrated Learnings

Researching and piecing together content tailored for the audience is quite a task by itself. Ensuring that content points and specifications are cared for within the lesson’s design can be challenging, but it need not be daunting. Many designers use storyboarding to communicate content and interaction to developers for eLearning lessons. A good storyboard provides: A simple visual layout you can easily use to check against the content points and specifications.

Why Use ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Based eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

This can help in creating some really cool animations and effects which were not possible in previous versions. files created using rapid eLearning tools [like Raptivity etc.] Using the libraries like Papervision and Tweener we can create complex 3D interactions which are not possible in AS 2.0. content has been written from scratch to provide better performance resulting in AS 3.0 This means the content runs much smoother with AS 3.0.

How to Select the Perfect Microlearning Strategy for Your Employees

Ed App

As per Pike’s 90/20/8 rule of instructional design, content can be taught for 90 minutes continuously. However, the content should be chunked into 20-minute sections with interaction for every eight minutes. Most organizations make the mistake of choosing microlearning simply because the content development timeline is short, and the cost is cheap. Create a Complete Course. The focus must be on covering full concepts in each piece of content.

7 powerful teaching strategies for engaged corporate learners

eFront

You want your corporate learners to have the same enthusiasm, energy and excitement from the content on your online learning platform. It’s this: your content should be learner-centred rather than teacher- or organization- centered.

How To Add A Live Event To Your Mostly Online Education Business Mix With Mike Morrison From The Membership Guys

LifterLMS

Mike runs a weekly podcast called The Membership Guys Podcast that covers practical advice and strategy tips for creating and growing a membership website. It also creates a place where they can come into contact with the tools they need. Again, it’s not content.

Content-Focusing Questions for SME Interviews

E-learning Uncovered

Once we have established the business need and learning objectives for a project, our next big task is to gather the content. We often start with existing instructor-led materials (which usually only contain about 30-50% of what is actually communicated to the students) or a group of various documents that have been created over time (such as a PowerPoint for a meeting, a PDF describing part of a process, a manual that outlines procedures, etc.)

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Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

I look forward to doing this each month as I always find that I missed some REALLY great content. Although this list is available online, I also created this presentation which provides the information as a slideset. Creating tone of voice in eLearning. Creating tone of voice in eLearning. October 11, 2010 We’re always looking for ways to improve our eLearning content. Here are his main points and my comments on how to improve bad eLearning: 1.