Let’s face it: Learning content is getting out of control. Designers and developers can’t find anything and end up reinventing the wheel. This is a symptom of content overload, a condition as organizations try to make content more bite-sized, modular, and mobile to meet the needs of modern learners. Learners are experiencing it, too. As organizations adapt learning strategies, content strategy must follow.

In this session, you will see how a content strategy based on the principles of object-oriented design will empower you to manage bite-sized content. Also, learn how you can use multi-channel/multi-device publishing to produce multiple outputs from the same source content, from classroom training materials to individual learning nuggets for any device. Don’t miss this enlightening how-to session that will change the way you think about learning content.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What bite-sized learning is and is not
  • Why bite-sized learning is important today
  • How to author, publish, and deliver bite-sized learning to many systems of engagement
  • How to measure the effectiveness of bite-sized learning

Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
Xyleme, a learning content management system.


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