- Conducting a needs analysis
- Planning your elearning project
- Drafting an elearning storyboard
- Developing wireframes and functional prototypes
- Designing your elearning course
- Creating font and color schemes
- Incorporating images and animation
- Adding interactivity and quizzes
- Testing and finalizing your course
Skill Level Intermediate
- Are you a learning professional looking to improve your development process and create better elearning? Well, that's exactly what I'll help you do with this tip series. Whether you are working with stakeholders and subject matter experts, drafting a storyboard, developing a prototype or designing your course, I'll share some of my most practical tips from my experience working as an elearning designer, speaker and author that you can apply directly to your daily workflow. My name is Tim Slade and I invite you to join me in my LinkedIn Learning tip series. We have a lot to cover, so, let's get started.
Inclusive Instructional Designwith Samantha Calamari1h 13m Beginner
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Determine If Learning Is the Answer
When is training the answer?2m 14s
2. Plan Your Elearning Project
3. Draft an Elearning Storyboard
4. Develop an Elearning Prototype
5. Design Your Elearning Course
6. Make Your Elearning Course Interactive
7. Finalize Your Elearning Course
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