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.
As we drown in more and more information every day, one skill that’s becoming increasingly important for learning designers is content curation. This article explains how we’re doing it already, and then elaborates on the one aspect that can make a huge difference to the quality of content we curate.
Are you an instructional designer or someone who develops training? Do you find yourself wading through content trying to determine what to include and what to ignore? Here are six great tips, as well as some pitfalls to avoid in content curation
Today’s students have a million ways to seek knowledge outside the confines of your training, from the internet to their digitally connected peers. Your learners are drowning in the same ocean of information you are, leaving them distractible, unproductive, and vulnerable to misinformation.
Enter content curation, an oft-prescribed solution for this malady.