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This 6 minute video says it all. Rather than take the info info info then exercise approach to instructional design, the video makes the case of the alternate approach : What’s the goal? What allows the user/student to achieve that goal … Continue reading
You’ll have to download the ereader, then grab the EPUB3 Unleashed ebook. It’s worth clicking through the whole demo, as it shows a lot of options that become available in epub3. What’s exciting from an elearning and interactive enhanced ebook perspective includes: … Continue reading
This is is being presented at this year’s DevLearn 2011 conference: Content Strategy Across Connected Devices Interesting highlights: Content developers’ goal – create an engaging educational experience for screens that are convenient, not simply converting existing content to smaller … Continue reading
Rick Allen has an excellent article up on this topic. You wanna read the full thing, but highlights I especially enjoyed include: Search terms – going beyond the terms that link to your content, what other related search terms are … Continue reading
Document titles have to cover a lot – from the features and/or products covered, to optimizing search relevancy, and if in a downloadable format – helping the user find that document on their desktop three months from now. Issues to … Continue reading
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