Category: Writing

Conversation-Driven eLearning

Let’s face it even good voice over, can be tiring to listen to for long periods. We get a bigger buzz by listening to the to and fro of two voices. A change of pace and tone. It’s easier to write dialogue and you tend to stay away from bullet point lists. Some studies have […]

How I Overcame Modlette Block

When the Modlette website was converted from concept to reality I sat down to make my first Modlette.  After playing around with the options to see how everything worked it was time to “make” a Modlette. This was when I went into a catatonic state about “how do I get started”.  First up, it asked […]

Context is Most Important, Not Content

Today’s problem is not the lack of content, it’s the lack of context. The need to refocus learning objectives on the needs of learners becomes obvious.  For example, story based learning objectives focus on acquiring knowledge in small steps.  Instead of writing content from the context of the designer, write it as a set-up so […]

Write Right

[et_pb_section bb_built="1"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.0.82" background_layout="light" border_style="solid" box_shadow_position="outer"] “Write Right” When designing learning events, such as a modlette, we usually need to develop some text content. This is a key part of the offering and essential to ensure that it is addictive, engaging and compelling.  The following tips will help you to keep your learner glued […]

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