Collate your content

The next step is to work through your list of topics and make sure you pull together all the research and content that you will use to start writing the course. This may include: Previous learning or course materials Websites Reports and published papers Professional...

Map your content

Before you start writing any content in detail, it is a good idea to look at mapping out your content and arranging it into a logical sequence and topics, particularly if you are starting from scratch with no existing materials. There are a few ways I do this...

Efficient course development

The development process that we looked at can seem intimidating and complicated to anyone not used to working in it. However, there are ways to make it more efficient and easy for you. Use templates In the creation of storyboards and builds use a templated approach to...

Useful apps and integrations

Whereas we have looked at some useful websites to help you create resources, here we are looking at apps and technology you can integrate into your learning to try different methods, to create collaborative learning and to include the wealth of opportunities out...

Bite-sized or microlearning

Think of it as that dreamy, heavenly chocolate bar broken down into its little squares of smooth, drooly goodness. Your course is the good sturdy bar itself, all wrapped up nicely, looking enticing. The topics or units are the individual bite-sized creamy squares of...