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Indd 28 10/5/07 12:18:02 PM IT’S ABOUT DESIGN, NOT SOFTWARE 29 Cognitive Load Many e-learning programs (and many classroom PowerPoint shows, for that matter) simply ask too much of learners. The tendency toward decorative fonts, busy templates, bright background colors and textures, branding elements like company logos, and too much text can be overwhelming. ” What is the “learning” here? There are several ideas, represented by text of equal size, with unclear connection. The template is unrelated to the content, and the graphic suggests profit rather than the productivity the text beside it mentions.
While it’s tempting when working with PowerPoint to just open a new slide show and start adding content, the time spent in specifying outcomes and storyboarding will pay off in ease of development and reduction of rework and piloting time. indd 52 10/5/07 12:18:10 PM IT’S ABOUT DESIGN, NOT SOFTWARE 53 to transform an existing classroom program to an online format, this phase of development is a good time to examine what’s working—or not—with the classroom sessions, and ensure that the new program provides opportunities for learning, rather than just parroting the content of the classroom program.
Launch. Better Than Bullet Points. Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Reproduced by permission of Pfeiffer, an Imprint of Wiley. 1 as your guide. Along the way, be sure to test, test, test! Check your objectives with your stakeholders. Have some of your learners try out your interface. See how interactions work in different versions of browsers. A key to rapid training development is to “pilot as you go”, rather than wait to launch a product only to have it see extensive revision. indd 20 10/5/07 12:13:55 PM CREATING E-LEARNING WITH POWERPOINT 21 The accompanying CD offers narrated explanations, “you try” tutorials, examples of items such as working animations and interactions, and templates for game design.
Better than bullet points : powerful PowerPoint-based e-learning by Jane Bozarth