- File Size: 127 KB
- Print Length: 51 pages
- Publication Date: February 3, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0075HH5MM
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I wasn't let down: this is a great little book. Whether you are just starting to foray into the realm of E-Learning and want to start with some practical concrete tips and examples, or consider yourself to be something of an expert, you're very likely to find some useful stuff here. Each of the tips is well explained and rationalised, written by someone who really does know what he's talking about (and, just as importantly, knows how to get that across to others).
A good example of something I picked up from it was the tip about using images in learning design proposals. As in, if you're doing the right thing and purchasing the rights to any images you may use in an online learning product, don't go actually buying anything until you know for sure it can be used in the end product. At the proposal and sample stages, use the watermarked versions in any examples. Later, when you know what will and won't end up in the final product, go ahead and order (and pay for) the ones you'll actually use.
That might sound like a no-brainer, and it was something I used to do but have somehow sort of overlooked in the last couple of years.
That's a simple example; there are a whole range of very relevant and practical tips there and (as I said) while it would be particularly useful for self-confessed 'newbies' to E-Learning, there are potentially some useful gems for the 'veterans' as well.
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