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Rapid eLearning Development


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Rapid eLearning development helps Instructional designers and SMEs to complete the course design without having to depend on software programmers. Here is the presentation on "Rapid eLearning …

Rapid eLearning development helps Instructional designers and SMEs to complete the course design without having to depend on software programmers. Here is the presentation on "Rapid eLearning Development".

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  • 1. What is Rapid eLearning Development?
  • 2. Rapid eLearning development refers to the creation of eLearning courses using rapid authoring tools that help to transform content into instructionally sound learning material within a short duration
  • 3. Benefits of Rapid eLearning Development with Reference to Instructional Design
  • 4. Develop eLearning within a short period of time
  • 5. No programming knowledge or mastery of complex tools required
  • 6. Gives you a jumpstart with readymade interface and navigation elements
  • 7. Enables easy update ofcontent when required
  • 8. Instructional Design Strategies for Rapid eLearning Development
  • 9. Create templates with basic elements so that they can be re-used for subsequent courses
  • 10. Templates can be created for• Project Plan• Storyboard• Page Layout
  • 11. 1. Project plan template: A project plan template includes details of the project process, deliverables, team responsibilities and important timelines
  • 12. 2. Storyboard template: You can use either MS word or PowerPoint to create storyboard templates. It should typically contain screen data such as the unit name with number, screen title with number and the type of the screen
  • 13. 3. Page layout template: It provides an easy reference point which can be customized and developed for each course. This significantly reduces the development time
  • 14. Have a basic course structure
  • 15. Choose an authoring tool based on content
  • 16. Best Practices in Design for Rapid eLearning Development
  • 17. Develop a skeletal version of design
  • 18. Let the learning objectives decide the tool
  • 19. Design multiple templates
  • 20. Create learning activities and not instruction
  • 21. Design can depend on deployment or implementation
  • 22. Checklist for Rapid eLearning Development – 7 C’s
  • 23. Course objectives: Beforedesigning the course, you need to determine the course objectives
  • 24. Content of the course: Once you know the course objective , you need to collate and analyze the course content
  • 25. Characteristics of learners: At the same time you also need to understand learner’s profile
  • 26. Context of learning: Context in which the learning has been initiated is another important factor to be considered by an eLearning development expert
  • 27. Create the course: Choose an authoring tool that is best for the content and context
  • 28. Check to see if it meets learning objective: Seekfeedback about the course from key stakeholders to ensure it meets the purpose
  • 29. Circulate: Once the course receives final approval, it can be sent for deployment either by hosting on the LMS or through the company’s portals
  • 30. Review the 7 C’s• Course objectives• Content of the course• Characteristics of learners• Context of learning• Create the course• Check to see if it meets learning objectives• Circulate
  • 31. Conclusion
  • 32. Rapid authoring tools make development ofcourses easy without the dependence on technical competence of programmers
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