e-Learning course development

I’m currently completing the Master eLearning Course run by B Online Learning.  This course is nationally recognised and covers competencies from the Diploma of Design and Development (TAE50211).

I would highly recommend this course to training program developers, learning and development professionals, training coordinators, instructional designers, workplace trainers or teachers who want to learn the best practice in e-Learning, or managers who need a thorough understanding of implementing e-Learning in their organisation.

 

Ruth McElhone, the e-Learning manager at B Online Learning has recently received a platinum award from Learnx for Best Online Facilitator – congratulations Ruth!  Ruth has been an amazing online learning facilitator and thanks to her support over the last few months I have learnt how to design, develop and deliver e-Learning courses and have produced a fully-functional e-Learning course ready for delivery in the workplace.

You can see Ruth in action in this webinar “Create engaging e-Learning” which looks at rapid e-Learning strategies and practical tips about how to develop interactive e-Learning courses.

My course was created using one of the most popular rapid e-Learning authoring tools, Articulate Storyline, but if you do this course, you can use other software options, including Camtasia and Adobe Captivate.

So, here is my course.  A vital step in creating and deploying an e-Learning course is to have the course evaluated.  I would love to receive some feedback on this course.  Click on the image to launch the course and let me know what you think!!

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