When authors create courses, most people start by writing content and maybe adding a few types of questions at the end. The problem with this approach is that you wind up with "Powerpoint-like" courses that are neither engaging nor effective.
By Kasper Spiro | 13-07-2018
Using learning objectives is the first and probably most important cornerstone for e-learning course creation. What will your learners know or be able to do after they’ve taken your course? To answer this question, you need to set a SMART goal for your course or assessment. This is a must-have! Make things easy by breaking down your goal into a set of specific, measurable objectives.
By Brian de Jong | 1-02-2018
If you’re here, then chances are you’re trying to make sense of the tricky world of e-learning authoring tools. So many choices, where do you begin? Don’t despair. After reading this article, you’ll have a firm grasp of the pros and cons of five of the most common types of e-learning authoring tools out there.