At the beginning of an eLearning course, IDs receive a lot of raw inputs from clients that are in the form of PDFs, PPTs, or Word documents. Read on to know why content chunking is a step that cannot be skipped while designing training programs.
Today’s learners need information that is relevant, up-to-date, and fresh and accessible. That’s where content curation comes into play. In this article, I outline how you can use the content curation strategy to support your corporate training.
Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) and eLearning content chunking are a perfect pair. Reusable Learning Objects can be mixed, matched, and organized into tidy groups to improve knowledge retention. In this article, I'll share 5 top tips to create eLearning courses using Reusable Learning Objects.
eLearning professionals and eLearning companies worldwide are constantly looking for effective ways to make learning stick. It is well-proven by now that microlearning facilitates knowledge retention and that’s why modern eLearning courses are designed for short bursts of knowledge. In this article, I’ll present 6 steps to design microlearning activities that boost knowledge retention in your online training program.
Content chunking, for instructional design, is the strategy of breaking up content into shorter, bite-size pieces that are more manageable and easier to remember. Here are 4 benefits (and tips) for content chunking.