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FREE: Table of the most effective questions
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Effective E-learning Design Series

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You can expend a great deal of effort developing “wow” focused courses and get great reviews but still fail to change the way learners behave. To be successful, you need to focus on instructional design that results in learner transformation — new or improved skills or better decisions.

This book contains over 400 practical tips, guidelines, and best practices on the e-learning instructional design developed using any authoring tool. It is the only book that has an entire chapter devoted to how to design a user-friendly web interface.

FREE: Files from this book include example E-learning Course Evaluation Prototype, Requirements Definition, Glossary, Storyboard in PowerPoint, Storyboard in Word, Style Guide, Exercise/Test Considerations

We learn best by doing and from our mistakes – i.e. learning by doing. The trick is how can we, as e-learning designers, implement learning by doing with a very small budget? If you want to learn how, get this book. It explains step-by-step how to create superb low- cost e-learning that incorporates scenarios in a simple easy-to-follow way. It contains:

20

How-to Techniques

25

Critical Success Factors

28

Best Practices

16

Warnings

36

Guidelines

28

Tips

9

Key Points

115

Examples

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Mastering Lectora Series

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This book is for people who are new to Lectora and want to learn quickly how to develop (not design) e-learning (computer based training) courses using Lectora 11. Get the book from Amazon to learn Lectora from the ground up.

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Experience is the best teacher – but it’s expensive! This book contains:

172

Tips to help you get your work done faster

32

Differences between what you see and how things behave in

Lectora Run mode and HTML

57

Warnings to help you learn from other’s mistakes

FREE: 10 Ways to Reduce
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This book is for Lectora serious developers who have developed a few courses and are now ready to ramp up their skills. It has a whole chapter in plain English that gives you in-depth coverage of groups, actions, and variables so you can develop great Lectora courses. It contains:

103

Techniques to help you develop courses that deliver better learning in less time

11

Quicksand Techniques – techniques others use which have hidden risks and can cause you problems.

25

General Tips to speed up your work and learn from the experts

28

Important Warnings about things you should watch out for

23

Best Practices to help you learn from the professionals and maximize your productivity and what your students learn

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two different Drag & Drop
question feedback techniques

FREE: Lectora source for a
basic scenario

This book covers over 100 techniques plus 25 tips, 28 warnings, and 23 best practices to give you the savvy to develop courses like those that professional Lectora developers do. It has a whole chapter in plain English that gives you in-depth coverage of groups, actions, and variables so you can develop great Lectora courses. Get the book for all the techniques.

FREE: Lectora source for Drag & Drop question feedback techniques.