5 Ways of reducing cognitive load in eLearning

Being an instructional designer is not only about creating content. It’s about designing your content to meet your learners’ needs. So, your learners should be able to perceive, process, and retain the information inside your content

Research has it that the human brain has a finite amount of space, and individuals have varying learning capacity. Cognitive load is the total amount of mental effort required by an individual to complete a task in the brain. So, for you to create an ideal eLearning environment, it’s best you consider reducing cognitive load.

Here are the 5 effective eLearning design tips for reducing cognitive load in eLearning.

5 eLearning design tips to reduce cognitive loadBreakdown your learning content into smaller chunks.
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