TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 5 Busted

Let us bust the last myth of the series –

Myth 5: No need to waste time on summary screens. Just put some key points as a bullet list.

Let us see what a summary means both from learners’, and an instructional designer’s perspective.

For a learner – It enables you to reinforce the most important points from a chapter, in a condensed form.Read the rest...

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 4 Busted

Myths4Till now in the myth buster series, we have clarified the following myths –

1. Myth 1: Learning the e-learning tools are very difficult, hence creating an e-learning is difficult

2. Myth 2: Books are better than e-learning. My course cannot surpass a book

3. Myth 3: Just put the content with some relevant pictures and my job is done

Now let us tackle one of the most common traps that we instructional designers fall for.Read the rest...

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 3 Busted

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In the last 2 posts we discussed about how to get over with the two common psychological challenges, that an instructional designer faces –

Myth 1: Learning the e-learning tools are very difficult, hence creating an e-learning is difficult

Myth 2: Books are better than e-learning. My course cannot surpass a book.Read the rest...