E-learning Content Development
Effective e-learning content goes beyond merely converting a PDF text onto a screen to be served up as reading material for the learner. While we have all classically learnt information from textbooks and relied on the text-based medium to deliver information, learning in the digital age now has new exciting opportunities far beyond textual content.
We Create & Deliver Exciting & Engaging e-Learning Content
Instructional design goes beyond only creating teaching and learning content. Instructional design.
- helps learners internalise learning aims and outcomes
- keeps students engaged to learn effectively and efficiently
- ensures students achieve their learning goals
Instructional design considers learning holistically from identifying achievable learning outcomes to interactive, engaging learning material to assessing learners’ understanding and knowledge. The application of instructional design is purposeful in its desire to create learning content and nurture a learning environment that is supportive, information-based and most importantly achievable.
Creative Learning Content
Learner-led vs Instructor-led
When designing content for e-learning, it is essential to consider whether the course is guided or learner-led. Both require approaches and treatments that are unique. To ensure that the learner achieves a successful outcome (i.e. course completion) the treatment and design approaches for each
- Clear and well sign-posted learning journey
- Easily accessible learning content
- Support and encourages independent learning
- Multiple opportunities for formative/continuous self-assessment
- Guided instructions
- Designed opportunities for interaction and feedback
- Accessible learning content
- Summative and formative assessments
What this means for learners
Ultimately the key purpose of great learning content is to ensure that learners engage in a learning journey that is effective and
- engaging and exciting learning journey
- meet and achieve learning targets
- targeted course completion