I am not shy about telling people that, for me, the best conference for an eLearning professional to attend is the eLearning Guild’s conference called Learning Solutions. It is hosted every year, in Orlando, Florida. It occurs in mid-March.
I found her presentation interesting and asked her to expand on a few of the things she spoke about.
When people go online, they want interaction, in a non-stop fashion. People are essentially addicted to screens – big screen televisions, laptops, and also mobile devices. Online, we need to remember that screens are essentially our teachers. People have almost gotten to the point where they are more comfortable in front of a screen than they are in front of other people, talking face-to-face.
Along with the types of media you can create, you need a way to present that media to your learners.
The various ways to present information to your learners include:
Most of these styles should be familiar to you.
One of the first design decisions you need to make as a content designer is what media you will use to create your content.
There are five key media types with which you need to be familiar. Each comes with its own series of pros and cons. In this article, we will review each one individually.
The media types are: