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Après AICC, SCORM 1.2 et 2004, de nouveaux standards sont en préparation. Un point sur la situation par Sébastien FRAYSSE . 8 ans déjà !
If you continuously come up with compelling and novel ideas at a moment’s notice, you won’t need to read this article.
“If you want to learn from experts how you can create a highly effective content development and implementation process, download 52 Tips On Best Practices for eLearning Development and Implementation for free today.”
“It is what we think we know already that often prevents us from learning.” – Claude Bernard
“Effective use of any tool is most typically the result of how it is used, not the fact that it is used.
“Ask yourself this: when was the last time a C-level executive in your organization asked anything about what the instructional objectives are for your training programs?
“I know we agree that crummy objectives are useless, even harmful. Some are too big and some are just silly.
Nothing is worse than having your client find an obvious error in a program that’s already been released. The troubleshooting, re-testing and scrambling to fix the problem can turn into a heart-pounding race against the clock. Not that this ever happened to me, of course, but a friend told me this can happen.
Do your graphic designers speak in a secret language?
In the very early stages of vision—before we’re really conscious of it—our perceptual processes are humming away, attempting to organize the sensory data from our eyes into something that might be meaningful. Both the Gestalt psychologists and modern perceptual researchers realized that perception tends to organize information into wholes, rather than parts. For example, you’re most likely grouping the orange shapes above into an arrow, rather than seeing them as separate elements. We can take advantage of this early perceptual organization so viewers will perceive and understand our visuals correctly and rapidly.
eLearning Photography: How To Get The Best Shot: The eLearning Coach: Instructional Design and eLearningYou are here: Home / Media / Graphics / eLearning Photography: How To Get The Best Shot Do you have doubts about your photography skills, but need to take photos for instructional purposes?
This is the first post in a triplet series on how to create effective discussions in an online learning environment.
“It should have been part of our work all along to help the learners be better learners.”
Marc My Words: Seven Questions eLearning Developers and Managers Should Answer … Every Time by Marc J. Rosenberg“There are many important questions to ask in a good design process, but the value of these seven cannot be overstated. Often, you can answer many of these questions relatively quickly. They are all part of a project’s up-front decision-making, and the more experience you develop over time, the faster you’ll be able to move through them.”
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