Using technology to improve curriculum design | @Jisc

It is sometimes easy to simply continue with a curriculum. While new programmes usually prompt a discussion on what should (or, sometimes more importantly, should not) be included, it is always useful to consider your existing curricula as well.

This article from Jisc is helpful in informing those discussions.

The process of curriculum design 1 combines educational design with many other areas including: information management, market research, marketing, quality enhancement, quality assurance and programme and course approval.

The curriculum must evolve to meet the changing needs of students and employers. It must change to reflect new needs, new audiences and new approaches to learning.

Source: Using technology to improve curriculum design | Jisc

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3 Reasons Why We Have Interactive E-Learning | The Rapid E-Learning Blog

Information Graphic showing the steps of Rapid...
Information Graphic showing the steps of Rapid E-Learning development process (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The most obvious reason why people interact with the elearning course is to navigate from one point to the next. The “next” button is the most common form of interaction. We click it to navigate from one screen to another.

Of course, there are all sorts of others ways to navigate content. It could be an onscreen button, like a gate screen that we click to advance. Or perhaps it’s something like … a slider instead of next buttons to navigate from one screen to the next.

via 3 Reasons Why We Have Interactive E-Learning | The Rapid E-Learning Blog.