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A framework for managing your e-learning strategy

In this post I expose a conceptual framework which can be used as reference model for managing the e-learning life cycle and strategy. The framework provides an at-a-glance view of what needs to be planned and managed to achieve successful e-learning course development. The e-learning course development life cycle usually starts with audience analysis. This is related to understanding who the target audience is for the course in question. There are other phases which follow, for example, gathering requirements for course delivery. ... Read more

Learn buying and merchandising the ontology way

Not so long ago, in my post about "tailoring learning through ontological thinking", I elaborated on how the application of ontology principles in the design of learning interventions can provide a unique and enriching learning experience. I've, finally, been able to put the whole idea of "ontological thinking" into actual practice, by designing a new course about buying and merchandising in retail. If you are interested in learning how the complex field of buying and merchandising in retail works, but without ... Read more

E-learning storyboarding at a glance

Storyboarding is a technique used across several areas to graphically plan how a deliverable unfolds with time, for example, deliverables for motion pictures, animations, teaching content, etc. Specifically in the area of instructional design, online teaching and e-learning, an e-learning storyboard can prove to be a powerful asset for supporting and planning the delivery of an online course. Generating good e-learning storyboards requires taking into account a whole host of things which include: Who the participants in the activity are ... Read more