Action Mapping:- Designing Lively E-learning.

Posted: December 31, 2012 in e-learning, instructional design
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This is Cathy Moore’s  great blog on creating e-learning with compelling activities, using a quick visual design process.

Cathy explains how this can work in the real world by filling three roles:-

  • Design document
  • Outline (obviously non-linear; if someone wants a linear approach, I write a short, high-level text outline or move the nodes so they form a list on one side of the goal)
  • Content repository

and stating:-

“A tool like the action map makes everyone focus on the business reason for the project and keeps extraneous information out–it provides discipline.”

A simple but effective action plan I will definitely be using for future e-learning design.

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