Purnima Valiathan

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Identifying Content Types

179 STUDENTS ENROLLED

 

Every piece of content has an inherent structure. If you understand the inherent structure of the content you are designing, you will be able to identify the most effective presentation and visual strategies to render it as a learning unit. Identifying Content Types is a microlearning module that covers Ruth Clarke’s Content Types framework – a framework which will help you design every type of content – concept, principle, procedure and process in the most effective way.

 

Who should take the course? 

Content developers, instructional designers and trainers – but, it’s free, so what’s stopping you?


 

How is the course designed?

This online microlearning, Identifying Content Types, is designed to be highly engaging and interactive. It includes the following units:

  • Anecdote – Food for Thought
  • Theory, Examples and FAQs
  • Interactions
  • Job-Aid

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  1. Short Burst of Learning

    5

    Great short course on content types. Recommend it to anyone looking learn the basics of Instructional Design.

  2. Good Learning

    4

    This short course was clear, concise and interesting. Gave me tremendous clarity on the framework by Ruth Clark. Looking forward to experiencing more courses.

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We are a small team of passionate people with 30+ years of combined experience in instructional design, training, technology and media. Our mission is to enable every kind of knowledge giver in the society to discover the power of Instructional Design, so that they may serve content, just right.

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