To Read Or Not To Read: Text In An Online World

Does text have a place in online courses? If so, how do we overcome the off-putting nature of the text and the many challenges of reading online? In this article, Mary Burns shares some of the challenges associated with text-based content and design and instructional strategies to address such challenges. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Free eBook: Keys To Outsourcing A Results-Driven Curriculum

Every eLearning professional designing a curriculum wants it to have a clear goal tied to a well-articulated business problem, meet the needs of its target audience, and specify the most efficient set of experiences to meet the goal. They also want the tools to achieve all the above; this is what you’ll find in this volume, along with a five-step process and proposed activities that make it a must-read to deliver a results-driven curriculum. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Ways To Have The Worst eLearning SEO In The Industry

Search engine optimization (SEO) has become a natural extension to learning as it moves online, especially in eCommerce. And, whether or not you realize it, SEO is the key to ensuring that your bit of digital real estate shows up to those who are looking for it. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Using Readable Fonts And Type Sizes: How To Write And Organize For Deeper Learning (Part 2)

With hundreds of fonts available, choosing the right one for making your content readable may be a daunting task. In the second and final part of this article we’ll solve this problem.

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