6 Tips To Use Story Mapping In The eLearning Development Process

| March 3, 2019

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Story mapping is an Agile method for developing eLearning courses. It involves describing the user’s journey through the eLearning course, which builds a simple model. The model clearly describes the steps along the way so that you can delve into the motivations, behaviors, and goals of your audience. In short, story mapping keeps the online learner at the center of your eLearning development. It’s a way to create better eLearning experiences that are delivered more rapidly. That’s because the process is iterative, collaborative, and inclusive.

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