Getting Started with E-learning

Getting Started With E-Learning2000, 130 pages,
Adobe Part Number ZWA52M100
Published by Adobe, Inc. (previously Macromedia)
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William Horton has contributed two chapters to this exceptional little e-book about how to get started with online learning. Here’s how Adobe describes it:

This book is designed to help new authors create learning applications that succeed …. Getting Started with Online Learning covers three major areas: technology, design, and integration …. The third and fourth chapters in this guide (by William Horton) address common design challenges. Chapter 3, “Instructional Design for Online Learning,” introduces ways to develop effective learning content. Chapter 4, “Converting Traditional Courses to Online Learning,” provides a roadmap and suggestions for one of the most common tasks a first-time author performs: converting a classroom-based course to an online course.

The remaining three chapters provide timely information: “Developing for Low Bandwidth,” “Options for Data Tracking,” and “Deploying Your Online Learning Course.”

E-learning design specialists