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SCORM in instructional design

SCORM stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model. It is a set of specifications and guidelines to meet the requirements for web-based learning content (e-learning) in the context of modern education and training practices. In this post, I will be displaying a high-level visual model that captures the most prominent SCORM concepts that are relevant to instructional design practices. One of the fundamental concepts in SCORM is that of the "Sharable Content Object (SCO)" which is a reusable, modular, piece of learning content ... Read more

Create a punchy promo video for your online course

The above is an example of what I was able to achieve as promo video for my Udemy course on Practical Knowledge Modelling. I was able to quickly create the video by observing and applying a simple set of steps and workflow to come up with, what I believe to be a decent promo video (given the feedback I've had from people who've watched it). In this post, therefore, I will document my thought process behind creating the promo video and ... Read more

Tailoring learning through ontological thinking

There is no single way of going about tailoring and designing content (e.g. training material, teaching books, lecture teaching content, etc.) for learning and development purposes. It all boils down to what you want to give to your audience and how you go about doing that. If you are a teacher or instructor, there’s a strong likelihood that the composition of your learning content will have a somewhat subjective dimension to it – and this is totally fine, because at the ... Read more