Content-itis (over-emphasis on requiring learners to learn all content) is a disease we acquired as trainers and instructional designers from carrying our “past training” virus (and, also, some remnants from current training literature).
Do-It-Yourselfers are always checking their practices to avoid activating viruses or old habits that could conflict with successful eLearning. If you have Content-itis, please see a therapist.
Be a gold prospector. Separate nuggets from the tons of dirt. This will serve your learners well.
Think Artichoke eLearning, Understand Learner’s Instincts
If your Content is 1,000 pages, how do you discover the 10% key performance content?
Ray Jimenez, PhD
“Helping Learners Learn Their Way”