While high quality content, stunning visuals, and interactive eLearning activities may be essential elements of any successful eLearning course, all of these come second to navigability. If learners cannot navigate your eLearning course, then they cannot become active participants in the learning process.
Creating effective eLearning course scenario questions that engage the learners and tie into real world challenges can be difficult, unless you know a few key tips that can make the process simple and straightforward. In this article, I’ll offer insight into how you can develop eLearning course scenario questions that give your audience a first-hand look at the real world benefits they can expect to receive.
Institutions of higher education are increasingly using online courses and fully-online programs as tools to increase enrollment. There are many issues surrounding the subject of online education as an enrollment strategy. For instance, attrition rates are higher in online courses and online programs than in the face-to-face environment (Carr, 2000; Moody, 2004).
A course map is an overview of your proposed course and is vital to the success of any online course. It comprises a brief description of the course, the instructional objectives or outcomes, the estimated time to complete each objective, the topics to be covered, the sequence of the topics, the course material, the instructional strategies, the learning resources, the reference resources, and the assessments procedures.
Tired of having developers come to you with questions? Better yet, tired of being in the middle of developing your work when you realize you didn’t think something through or document it? Time to get proactive with eLearning Design! Here is a comprehensive checklist of things you should be thinking through and documenting for each page of your course design.