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Applying Usability Techniques to eLearning Documents

Integrated Learnings

What usability techniques could improve the effectiveness of online support documents? Scan pages? Is your document findable using methods learners would likely use to find it? The answers to these questions will help you to determine visual cues to use to guide learners to scan for information, such as: o Meaningful link labeling. If your document doesn’t come up, or if it’s several search pages in, you know you need to adjust your tagging. • By Donna Bryant.

Benefits of a Digital Library for Associations and Non-Profit Organizations


We are slowly moving away from the traditional method of organizing, retrieving, and preserving documents in print to the adoption of ICT. Here’s how associations can distribute e-reports effectively. It Is Cost-Effective.

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Information Radar

Tony Karrer

You need information radar that continuously scans for new, quality information that you should be aware of. With that caution, here are some thoughts on the methods and tools I use as part of my information radar.

CCK09: Notes on Learning Networks and Connective Knowledge

Experiencing eLearning

Cognitivist methods do have some research support, after all. Think multimedia learning, Clark & Mayer’s “ELearning and the Science of Instruction.&# ) But their methods could (at least sometimes) be right even if their explanation of the underlying mechanism is wrong. I’m also aware of research about how people find arguments more convincing when they’re shown with pictures of brain scans, even if it’s the same text.

‘Time well spent’ – what does that mean for your learning content?


Overtly helpful and relevant to individuals and doesn’t require them to search or scan for the value? An effective experience and/or building block in a coherent strategy to important, longer-term developmental goals; building useful skills for the future of its users/their place of work?