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Development and Production of eLearning Projects  (EQEL203)

Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 1 day


In this course, you will learn how to: Apply andragogical learning theory to the development of courseware; Layout the learning cycle with reference to lesson structure; Develop confidence/competence feedback mechanisms (Kirkpatrick Level 1); Create a lesson plan/instructional map for production and interaction; Determine the appropriate media and interactive elements to support both eLearning and mLearning; Create eLearning and mLearning storyboards; Develop student documentation and job aids; Capture the fulfillment of training requirements through an appropriate Storyboard model.


EQEL202—eLearning Analysis and Design or equivalent is mandatory

Public Class Schedule

Location Language Date Price  
Web-based(Opens in new window) English November 1 $ 435.00

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Course Outline

  • Adult learning considerations
    • Principles of adult learning
    • Layout learning strategy
    • Adult learning factors
    • VARK modalities
    • Active vs. passive learning styles
  • The eLearning cycle
    • Course components
    • Create lesson plan/instructional map
    • Create eLearning storyboard
    • Importance of storyboards
    • Tools and methods
  • Selecting media and interaction
    • Create student documentation
    • Create simulations
    • Selecting appropriate data
  • Developing the storyboard
    • Demonstrations
    • Feedback methods
    • Sequencing
    • Fulfillment of training objectives
    • Reporting and measuring results

Private training is available for this course.

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