In a previous post, I showed that when you use rapid elearning tools (as well as PowerPoint) you can build effective elearning courses. I’d even argue that PowerPoint provides some extra benefits because of its easy authoring and graphics development. You get a lot of features and capability inside one application. Below is a link to the demo I built based on Allen Interaction’s original course. In today’s post, I want to walk through how I built the graphics in the course. They’re easy to do. How to Design the Visual Elements for Interactive Elearning Courses
Here’s a recap of posts from 2013 where I shared free templates or assets to help you build your online training courses. Do You Need an Instructional Design Degree? This is probably one of the hottest questions of the past year. It comes up quite a bit and creates a lot of good conversation—both pro and con. If you haven’t weighed in with your opinion, it’s not too late.