Posts Tagged ‘ Rapid authoring ’

Responsive Content – What it is and How does it impact eLearning Development?

February 16, 2018

Responsive Content. What does this term mean? Does it mean that the content responds to the learner’s choices? Does it mean that the content in some way responds to the learner’s expectations? Or does it mean that the content responds to the environment it must be presented in? Theoretically it’s all of the above, but practically it concludes through...

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Instructional Designer – The Conjurer of Learning

February 13, 2018

A lot of confusion exists around the term “Instructional Designer.” In many e-learning organizations, it’s a designation; but thankfully, most understand it to be a role, which it is. And yet, most recruiters aren’t able to differentiate between a content developer, a content writer, or an author. This confusion seems to be acquiring another dimension with the advent of...

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Demystifying Rapid Authoring or Rapid eLearning Development

January 31, 2018

Rapid Authoring is just what the name suggests – a method to author content rapidly. Quick Deductions: From this simple statement, we can deduce the following: If Rapid authoring means developing eLearning content rapidly or quickly, then there must be other “non-rapid” or slower ways of developing elearning content. In order to hasten the content creation process Rapid Authoring...

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