5 Tips To Analyze And Organize Curated eLearning Content

| November 21, 2018

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You’ve collected all the content you need for your eLearning course. Now it’s time to sort through all that material and make it easily digestible for your online learners. In this article, I’ll share 5 tips to analyze and organize curated eLearning content.If you’ve ever walked into a bookshop, library, or music store, then you’re already familiar with information overload. Access to all that data can be exciting, especially for knowledge-thirsty learners. But it can also be overwhelming, because you don’t quite know where to start. Content curation follows these same principles. You have these nuggets of data. However, unless it’s carefully arranged, it’s useless to your online learners. They need a quick, easy, intuitive system to help them wade through the data and make sense of it all. There are many ways to arrange supplementary online training materials. You could use alphabetical order, chronological listing, or group them according to the type of medium. Here are 5 top tips to help you analyze and organize curated eLearning content for your eLearning course.

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