How do I place items on each screen for e-learning courses?

Sounds complicated, right? Imagine you have all the information for your e-learning course, and now you have to decide how to place the information on each screen. Do you know how to do this more efficiently? It’s as easy as following these instructions!

 

Organize your information

The first thing you have to do is organize the information. Decide how many chapters you want, and how many bullet points in each chapter. Now that you have the information at hand, think about navigating through your course. Will it be straightforward, where students will go from A to Z? Or, will students go from A to B to reach C, and then return to A? Your decision will affect the screen design, so think about how navigating will go.

When you’ve decided and organized the information, decide the number of screens for each module according to the amount of information you will present. Don’t worry if you are unsure if the information should go on 4 or 5 screens. It is more important that you split up the information and provide a goal for each screen. You can change the screens later if necessary.

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