A Simple Model for Converting ILT to Engaging eLearning

If you’re an e-learning designer, chances are you’re often asked to take existing instructor-led (classroom) training and put it online. Chances are also good that no one’s ever told you how to do that. If you’re still struggling to find a simple way to make this shift, I’ve compiled a model that represents the most efficient way I have been able to complete this task over the years. Let’s walk through how it works!

For the purposes of illustrating our model, let’s use an example from a classroom course I used to teach on Sexual Harassment (in the US). There was an opening activity where we wanted learners to realize that actions and comments are perceived differently by various people in the workplace. To help illustrate that, we asked all participants to stand up. We read a brief scenario to them first usually something like, “A female employee arrives at work and is greeted by her male boss who says, “Wow. That’s a really nice dress.”

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