The length of time it takes to create an eLearning course is well debated within the eLearning industry. Although there is no exact science to calculating how long a course really does take to create, it is safe to say the search is on for a way to reduce content development time.Read More
The Omniplex eLearning blog turns five this year, so I thought it was a great time to look back through the archives and see what we what we were blogging about five years ago.
Inactive or interactive
Stumbling across our blog post ‘Inactive or interactive: The secret to eLearning content development’ from 2013 was a really interesting read. Particularly the following quote:Read More
From tight deadlines to budget constraints, developers face many challenges when creating eLearning courses. With a survey from Rapp and Defelice claiming that over half of eLearning professionals take the role of both designer and developer, eLearning teams need a way of speeding up the development process, without sacrificing the quality of their courses. That's where custom branded eLearning templates step in.Read More
A storyboard is said to be “a map that guides eLearning professionals through every twist and turn of their eLearning course design”. Storyboards improve efficiency, allowing you to confirm the finer details before build, and are a great way to communicate ideas to stakeholders. There are many ways to storyboard for eLearning, but we think there are 7 best practices you should follow no matter how you choose to storyboard your eLearning course:Read More
Well, technically the title should read “The A, B… Gs of the eLearning Content Development Phase”. The acronyms, of course, standing for “Alpha”, “Beta” and “Gold”.
Regardless of the names, I wanted to talk about what each of these stages of eLearning content development involves. And believe me; in my experience as project manager, designer and developer, I’ve seen the full array: Alpha, Beta, Beta2, Pre-Gold, Gold, Gold2… Is it possible to stop this madness?!Read More