Creating Branching Scenario Layouts

Experiencing eLearning

I chose a photo by NorbertLevajsics on Unsplash and blurred it. If I was going to use voice over for this scenario, this would work well. Maybe this is too much on the screen at once and will be information overload. I created a branching scenario prototype in Twine a while back about an instructional design consultant screening and booking a new client. My previous posts have shown my process for planning and writing the scenario.

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Attract Students’ Attention in 30 Seconds or Less

Experiencing eLearning

Official description: Information overload, tripletasking, hyperchoice, and short attention spans are just a few of the symptoms of the modern client. Zoom in: even with generic photos, you can focus on a small part and get a different feel. Draw on top of images: If you take a generic photo but do hand drawings on top of it, it tones down the generic feel. The power of your voice helps you connect to your audience. Use real emotions in your voice.

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Creating Branching Scenario Layouts

Experiencing eLearning

I chose a photo by NorbertLevajsics on Unsplash and blurred it. If I was going to use voice over for this scenario, this would work well. Maybe this is too much on the screen at once and will be information overload. I created a branching scenario prototype in Twine a while back about an instructional design consultant screening and booking a new client. My previous posts have shown my process for planning and writing the scenario.

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Devlearn conference day one: an exhilarating day

Challenge to Learn

The brain filters information (to prevent information overload), in principle you forget the most information that you encounter, you need to reactivate the facts in order to really store them in your brain. Two days after the learning event you have to trigger the information by asking (multiple choice questions). It forces you to retrieve the information and that will enhance the retention. I have two photo’s of interesting slides.

Seven more online icebreakers

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

It always leads to a lot of social, informal talk. Image search Ask people to search through Google images or through a photo site like Flickr for an image that represents their expectations from the course. Voice icebreakers You may use a service like Voicethread to create a short video to which participants may comment. For instance, use your webcam and share a questions and ask participants to respond by adding their voice.

8 Small Changes That’ll Make a Big Difference To Your eLearning Videos

TalentLMS

Whatever it is, when you’re instructing someone via an online video course, don’t bore them with tons of information. Information is always better in small doses, and this is precisely why you need to focus on your key takeaways while abstaining from fluff and unnecessary learning material. Information overload is a huuuge learning turn-off. A night to remember when you had fun and all those photos you took.

Data on Big Data

Marcia Conner

The world’s technological per-capita capacity to store information has roughly doubled every 40 months since the 1980s according to Martin Hilbert and Priscila López. Instagram photographers share 3,600 new photos a minute. Flickr photographers upload 3,125 new photos a minute. 900 Billion/year: cost of lowered employee productivity and reduced innovation from information overload. T he Social Life of Information by @jseelybrown and Paul Duguid.

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Three steps to compliance greatness | Good To Great

Good To Great

Banish the business speak (it’s not a legal document, textbook or academic paper, after all), keep it conversational, and have fun with the tone of voice and language you use. Group job roles into risk categories or use a pre-test to identify gaps in knowledge, then point each user to what they specifically need to know (information overload = disengaged learners). 8 hours ago RT @ saffronint : Photo: We made it!

Top 47 Posts and 10 Hot Topics for February

eLearning Learning Posts

How to effectively architect information for your elearning course - Free as in Freedom , February 6, 2010 As Instructional Designers, its always a challenge to balance meaningful instruction with information. Cathy Moore’s action mapping framework is a great way to create lively elearning that allows you to include just the right amount of information in your elearning course. Planning to implement informal learning? Information Overload (5).