ABOUT THIS WEBINAR:
The standard accepted methodology for designing e-learning is the five step ADDIE process: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. Often project success rests on the analysis activities, yet designers commonly admit that little emphasis is placed on analysis, or that it is skipped altogether because content was pre-screened by a subject matter expert, or they believed that analysis is already complete. Unfortunately, analysis carried out by dedicated SMEs often is completely content bound, with a focus on content knowledge goals that don’t address key aspects of how the knowledge is applied.
Attendees will learn the five key questions to ask during instructional analysis, the answers to which are necessary to create the kind of interactivity that results in performance change. Looking well beyond surface issues of content knowledge, the questions instead focus on the users and how the lesson content can best address their needs and motivations. You’ll get concrete processes that will directly impact the relevance and effectiveness of any e-learning you build, as well as see real working e-learning courses resulting from this approach to analysis.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why traditional ADDIE analysis often fails to identify critical challenges
- The risks and pitfalls of skipping meaningful analysis when starting an e-learning design
- Five powerful questions that will transform your design process
- How to conduct user-centered design to fully include users in defining the desired outcomes