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THE ELEARNING DESIGNER'S ACADEMY

eLearning 101

Learn the basics of eLearning design and development

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eLearning is any learning experience that takes place on a digital device, such as a computer, a tablet, a smartphone, or some other device.

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Rather than using learning styles, the best approach is to let the content and the complexity of the task or skill being taught drive the method of instruction.

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Scoping an eLearning project simply means defining all of the parameters, tasks, roles, responsibilities, deliverables, timelines, and sometimes the cost for a project before it begins.

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An instructional design document provides a high-level overview of a training curriculum comprised of several training objects or modalities.

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An eLearning storyboard is simply a document that outlines the learning content, slide-by-slide or screen-by-screen.

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A click-to-reveal interaction is any interaction where the learner clicks a button and content is revealed, whether it’s some text, a video, or anything else.

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Just like a blueprint shows the layout of a house, room-by-room, an eLearning storyboard outlines the content of a course, slide-by-slide.

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