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E-Learning (Future of Studies)

Updated on September 7, 2015

Overview

If we talk about ourselves, we can see before five years, everyone used to hang a very big bag on the shoulders. Many people are not a big fan of studies via the textbooks. So because of this hectic thing, the new technology came into the market, which was e-learning. At the present time, many colleges and schools are using the e-learning courses. But as we all know only a well designed and developed courses can attract the students and can make its name in the market. So if someone is able to create eLearning courses that offer the best educational experience for the learner is successful nowadays.

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Tips for creating best e-learning courses


  • Defining the content: First of all before even start the development, of course, we have to know how we are going to convert a face to face course into an e-learning format. We have to identify the format, the instructional design model, e-learning technology and e-learning interactions.
  • Quality content: As we all know content is the biggest deal when it’s about providing a great e-learning experience to the learners. The content, that we write, should add the value in our e-learning course. The content should be written clear, to the point and it should engage the learner. The content should contain the real world examples; it helps the user in better understanding.
  • Easy Design and Multimedia: When we are writing the content, we should use the visual design elements. We should use Variety of multimedia tools, such as videos, pictures and we should focus on the overall design of the content.
  • Reminders: When the learner is reading the content, we should cater the learner with the reminder about what they are going to learn and how that information will help them. We should use aims and objectives in our content.
  • Exercises: In our content, we should include the lessons, modules and the exercises, so the learner can put their skill set into good use.
  • Digestible Content: We should break our course into chunks or into bit size module, this could resolve the problem of content overload and the learner can understand the lesson properly.
  • Easy Maintenance: We should create the course, keeping the maintenance in our mind. Because after reading the content, the learner gives us our feedback, so we have to do the changes accordingly. So we should create e-learning templates, so we can use the templates over and over.
  • Use Relevant Data: Instead of the invaluable information, we should include the relevant graphics and information, which is necessary. This is important because this helps the learner to stay focus on the task.

Conclusion

So, in the world of e-learning, the content which has the good amount of graphics, relevant information and of course which is not boring can survive. Because as well know now these days the e-learning courses are the biggest parts of our teaching and learning the industry.

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