5 Tips for avoiding cognitive overload in your e-learning modules

Today’s adult learners are used to getting the information that they need very quickly. Even when it comes to formal learning, there’s a shift towards self-direction. Basically, people want to chose not only the content but also the time and the format.

What nobody wants when it comes to learning is cognitive overload – the situation in which there’s too much information to go through or challenges that are too difficult.

As online course creators, it’s important to keep this possibility in mind and steer as far away from it as possible by employing these strategies:

1. Chunk the content

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