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How do you make attractive eLearning content?

4 years ago from , Director at Pocketworks

I've been looking around at eLearning authoring tools, and all the demo's seem so dated.

We need SCORM/Tin Can compatibility, which is common for eLearning modules.

Has anyone actually used or seen a tool to create responsive, modern eLearning content in HTML5?

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  • Daniel YpsilantiDaniel Ypsilanti, 4 years ago (edited 4 years ago )

    I used to work in online education, specifically making a course templates for Canvas (www.instructure.com) at UF.

    I had written a very long response waxing poetic about the "why's" and "how's" of designing for education online but the comment box ate it so I'll just leave this presentation I did last year about my work here.

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  • Nat BuckleyNat Buckley, 4 years ago

    I wouldn’t use the word “sexy” to describe content, especially in a professional setting. Perhaps “engaging” or ”exciting” would better describe what you mean?

    Just my two cents :)

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    • Tobin HarrisTobin Harris, 4 years ago

      Fair point. I think "Attractive" is the word I'm looking for. I'm looking at demos of eLearning authoring tools and they seem to make ugly content. Or at least content that isn't as attractive as I expect from the modern web :)

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