Tom Kuhlmann on Remarkable E-Learning
Tom Kuhlmann summarizes his e-learning design philosophy in an educational and entertaining post:
Use good visual design to make the course remarkable.Have the learner pull (select, choose) the content.Give the learner navigational freedom.
To emphasize being remarkable, Tom points to Seth Godin’s classic 2003 lecture on sliced bread and purple cows at TED. If you start watching it you won’t be able to stop…
3 Ways to Build Remarkable E-Learning | 16 November 2010
Tagged as: rapid e-learning