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  •   ESTIMATED READING TIME: 4 minutes KEYWORDS: Content creation, learning material, writing, attention, engagement. In today’s fast-paced world, people prefer to consume bite-sized portions of information. As such, short-message platforms such as Snapchat, Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter have grown in popularity (MakeAWebsiteHub.com, 2018), displaying this propensity toward quick and easy communication. In fact, Facebook recommends…

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    How to write for attention
  • Reading Time: 2 minutes Scrolling through endless reams of on-screen text will turn even the strongest mind to mush. This is what is commonly referred to as ‘cognitive overload’, which results in loss of engagement, lower levels of comprehension, and decreased motivation. However, all of this can be avoided by making use of ‘content chunking’….

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    How to use ‘content chunking’ to prevent cognitive overload in online learning
  • Reading time – 3 minutes 30 seconds Resistance to change is a well-known phenomenon. Often, making the change from traditional learning to e-learning can be met with such resistance – from both instructors and students. However, by following a few simple but powerful strategies, it is possible to make this transition more effectively, and to…

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    Using change management to successfully transition to elearning
  • Estimated Reading Time – 3 minutes 30 seconds The millennial* generation is shaping the world around us – breaking the moulds that have traditionally determined how one works, socialises and learns. But what exactly is a millennial? How do they compare to previous generations? And how should you be designing your e-learning course to suit…

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    Five ways to design elearning materials for millennials

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