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The idea for this topic started with this guide from Kineo: “Skills for In-House Teams”Other Kineo reports include:The Benefits of E-LearningProject Initiation Checklist for Rapid E-learningGraphics for Rapid E-learningHow to design Rapid E-learningMore for Less ReportProduct Knowledge E-LearningRapid E-Learning: A Modest ProspectusHow to Design Rapid BlendsHow to Rapidly Identify Training NeedsVirtual Classrooms GuideNumerous others…
Analyze Requirements/Content:Define appropriate objectivesReview source materials for appropriatenessAuthoring Tool SkillsCreate and/or convert contentEasy, clear navigational structure Incorporate various types of content (documents, spreadsheets, links, animations, etc.)Create diff. question types for quizzes including scores & feedbackRecord & Edit Audio/Video:Record narrationConvert / edit audio Basic level requires working with: audio and video files and synchronize audio with bullet builds basic template and navigation settingsLink to external documents, websites or e-mail addresses Publish to servers with the appropriate tracking options for LMSs (AICC in KEY)Record & Edit Audio/Video:Specify / source RELEVANT imagesCrop and retouch images Content Chunking: ________Images: Crop and retouch images Edit images and save them in a web-optimized format
Jane Hart’s Directory of Tools | http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/Directory/ Over 3,000 learning-related tools. Many freeTools should not be an obstacle.My personal development toolbox: Course Design: PowerPoint, Articulate Presenter/QuizMaker/EngageAudio: Audacity / LevelatorVideo: Windows Movie Maker, Articulate Video Encoder, DVD Flick , RCA SmallWonder Video cameraScreen Capture/Annotation: SnagITImage Editing: PowerPoint, Picnik.com, Fotoflexer.com Screencasts: Jing, Screenr.com , Camtasia StudioPhoto Mgt: PicasaImage/Photo Resources: Microsoft (office.microsoft.com), Stock Xchange (sxc.hu), Flickr creative commons (compfight.com),
That stuff is a great place to start and very necessary but it’s only about the technical aspects. As the saying goes “Just because you have a wrench doesn’t mean you’re a mechanic.” (or a linesman, or operator or anything else.)
To create really great learning there is more to it than just the technical pieces.
Creating great learning content involves other elements such as these. Usability, Visual Communication, Instructional Design, etc.
What it all comes down to is….Design Matters! Graphic, Communication & Learning Design makes the difference between training & learning.
Applying design in conjunction with how people learn….Base everything on proven learning theory. Everything from this point forward is based on proven research including: Cognitive Load (Sweller) (Clark, Mayer & Nguyen)Coherence PrincipleModality PrincipleMultimedia PrincipleContiguity PrincipleRedundancy PrincipleARCS Model (Kellery)First Principles of Instruction (Merrill)Nine Events of Instruction (Gagne)
…or not so good.
Take a moment to think about the most common mistake that you see in your everyday communications. What’s the most common problem?
Less is more…What you cut out is more important than what you put in.
“Multiple studies show that recogntion doubles for a picture compared with text” – Dr. John Medina
What makes good learning design?These quotes are from a #lrnchat Twitter discussion around the question “What skills are we missing in the suite necessary for good learning design?[ http://bit.ly/plfVr ]
Learning Theory & Application Rapid E-learning Blog | Tom Kuhlmann http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/ Rapid El-earning Blog | Cathy Moore http://blog.cathy-moore.com/ e-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning | Clark, Mayer & Nguyenhttp://www.amazon.com/Efficiency-Learning-Evidence-Based-Guidelines-Cognitive/dp/0787977284eLearning Guild | Brent Schlenkerhttp://elearningguild.comGreat online site accompanying their conference is available to anyone at http://devlearn09live.comBrain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School | Dr. John Medina [ brainrules.net ] http://www.amazon.com/Brain-Rules-Principles-Surviving-Thriving/dp/0979777747/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1256215734&sr=1-1
GRAPHIC/COMMUNICATION DESIGNslide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations | Nancy Duarte slideology.comBeyond Bullet Points: Using Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007 to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire | Cliff Atkinson www.beyondbulletpoints.comwww.sociablemedia.comPresentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design & Delivery | Garr Reynolds www.presentationzen.com
It’s not the tools. It’s what you do with them. Be a super hero to your learners!!! All documents and websites referenced in this presentation are available via: http://bit.ly/AEPelearning
understanding of the difference between Instruction and Learning<br />Improve learner feedback during/within e-learning<br />#lrnchat<br />moehlert Mark Oehlert<br />kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith<br />real, earnest appreciation for learner's time/situation<br />Focus more on improving analysis and design skills and less on tech<br />oxala75Craig Wiggins<br />joe_deegan Joe Deegan<br />willingness to go to the mat for the user experience<br />Quinnovator Clark Quinn<br />
Tom Kuhlmann’s Blog<br />Great, practical learning development tips.<br />Cathy Moore’s Blog<br />Practical ideas for lively, effective elearning.<br />