Developing Scenarios with RED Programs: Troubleshooting for Computer Lab Staff by Seung Youn (Yonnie) Chyung, Valerie Gardin, Aly Summers and Kate Aument

eLearning developers, especially novices, should be able to use scenario-based content design, a strategy that gets eLearning outside the “page-turner” box and engages learners more effectively. This article shows you how developers at Boise State University used a rapid eLearning development (RED) tool to create a scenario-based product for computer lab staff.

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