Why Instructional Designers Need a Great Content Authoring Tool

Course creation and delivery has evolved as fast as the lizard with extra sticky feet. Yes, that actually happened. Instructional Design (ID) is a process in which learning courses are developed for effective learning. Instructional Designers need a great content authoring tool for successful training, encompassing various learning principles and strategies. 

One of these models is David Kolb’s (1984) cyclical model of knowledge created by transformation of experience (fig. 1). In other words, making training experiential. This holistic outlook facilitates the growth and combination of experience, cognition and behaviour.

From a modern perspective, good authoring tools enhance all four aspects of Kolb’s theory of learners’ experiential learning. Instructional designers are able to implement these four aspects in the construction of effective microlearning modules.

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