Instructional Message Design: Theory, Research, and Practice (Volume 2)
Instructional message design is an essential aspect of an effective e-learning experience for learners. E-learning is the use of online and mobile technologies to develop learning material, content, and applications for online learners. As an instructional designer, it is important to analyze and know your audience, engage the user, use relevant information, and provide a good user experience. Other critical aspects of message design for e-learning include the reduction of extraneous cognitive load, the aesthetic look and feel of the design, designing for learner motivation, and a focused simplicity of design. User engagement can also be encouraged by relevant content and context, and the instructor’s or facilitator’s active participation in discussion, chat, projects, and group activities.
Soldani, Meghan, "Chapter 11: Instructional Message Design in E-Learning" (2022). Instructional Message Design, Volume 2. 11.
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