Types of writing

We have already looked at the tone of voice that is appropriate for your course and audience, now we need to look at the types of writing that you could use to present your content and mix it up from purely a text box and image presentation style.   Storytelling...

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...

Storyboarding your content

An important part of the development process is storyboarding as this is where the course content is created. You may have come across this term in relation to film and animation, and it is a similar process undertaken in course creation. The term...

Tools for creating resources

There are a wealth of tools out there to help you in creating resources – from helping you to create downloadable resources and activities to adding branding or subtitles to videos. Here are some that I use, plus some suggested stock libraries with royalty-free...

Making your course usable

Usability, accessibility and inclusion are two terms we often hear but that are not often fully understood, and it is often presumed they mean the same thing. However, though there is some overlap, as you can see here there is a distinct difference in the aims of each...