Paul Williams

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Universal Design for Learning

Universal Instructional Design There are many different types of assessments used for elearning. Each assessment has its own unique purpose and benefits. However, sometimes an assessment can be a barrier to success rather than a help. Universal Instructional Design provides methods for assessing learners that remove any potential barriers. By using UID, you can make …

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Written Cues are used in a screencast

Written Cues

Screencast – Written Cues Description A screencast is a digital recording of a computer screen’s output, which can include audio narration. When used for elearning, videos provide learners with the ability to replay, rewind and fast forward according to their learning needs. Visual and auditory cues are embedded in the video to support the content. …

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This is an explanimation of a business man pointing

Explanimation – Business Man Pointing

Explanimation Business Man Pointing Description Learning a new concept can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure where to start. That’s where explanimations come in. An explanimation is a combination of an explanatory video and an animation, which makes learning a new concept easier than ever. The business man in this example points to the …

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6 trends in elearning development

2015 eLearning Trends

2015 eLearning Trends Source: CommLab India Here is a video from 2015 outlining the then future elearning trends. Watch the video and then reflect on the summary of each trend below to determine if the predictions were true. Trend 1: Curriculums – It is still important to organise your content into a learning pathway. Trend 2: Short Learning …

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