Materials Development Task 6: Purpose and redundancy

This is a new series of blog posts for teachers looking to become materials writers. It aims to help future writers explore topics and issues […]


Events this week remind me of Shelia McNeil’s fabulous post on being political – Struggling with my Silence You’re unaware of getting politicised at first. […]

Redundancy and Coherence

Two principles of good e-learning design are to avoid redundancy and to keep things coherent and uncluttered. This week’s e-learning challenge was to present these […]

Designing Effective Multimedia Lessons for Learning

This blog post is a slightly altered essay that I recently submitted as part of my Master of Education (Educational Psychology) studies. The delivery of […]

on Mayer's Multimedia Learning...

As I'm currently working on developing some online modules, I thought I'd put this post out, which is actually something I wrote about 3 or […]

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