Learning Experience Design
What are highly effective learning experiences? What does it take to make learning experiences Meaningful, Memorable and Motivational- the 3Ms? What steps do we take to make it to the fourth M – making it Measurable? Join us for a 3-day exploration of key learning experience design principles; and see how your ideas take shape through a rapid authoring tool.
How will this course benefit you?
- Transform a content-centric design practice to a learner-centric experience design approach
- Apply the Context, Challenge, Activity and Feedback approach to define interactive learning designs
- Discover effective 3M (Meaningful, Memorable, Motivational) learning experiences
- Build different levels of evaluation into course
- Review good practices for building interactive learning events
Who should attend?
Professionals who have been using Articulate Storyline, LMS or other digital learning tools for eLearning content development, including training managers, instructional designers, trainers, product managers, and marketing and communication professionals, lecturers / tutors; and wish to deepen their learning design skills to produce more effective learning experiences.
Chai Lee Fung has over 20 years of professional experience as a digital learning experience designer and digital product developer for a range of industries across training and education; digital news and media publishing. In the recent years, she has been Head of Product Development at Pearson Education; consulted with clients to design a social learning platform; develop learning design strategies for a client to help win a major Technology-enabled Learning project in Singapore; and consulted with a top university in Singapore to measure the impact of their social learning platform.
Lee Fung has written several online courses and was an associate lecturer for SIM University (now Singapore University of Social Sciences) and for 5 years, she lectured on the subject of Multimedia Project Management.
Lee Fung was a speaker for LearnTech Asia 2016 where she also led a learning workshop. In 2017, she chaired two learning sessions for Learning Technologies Asia conference held in Singapore. As a digital learning experience designer, she is passionate about helping people make the transformation from content to experience design.
Low Kit Yee, PhD has more than 5 years of experience in the Higher Education industry. She is currently an Instructional Designer. In this role, she creates and contributes to the creation of instructional materials with the goal of enhancing skills, knowledge and attitudes that can be measured. Her past experiences include new technologies and innovation in Medicinal Chemistry and Metabolic Syndrome; teaching and learning technologies and practices in Higher Education industry. She has a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and a background in Teaching and Learning. Her interests include developing teaching and learning objects and experimenting with new applications for eLearning.
What Makes Effective eLearning
What Makes Good Learning Experiences?
|Building Blocks of Learning Design
Practice: Action Mapping
Review and Discussion
Designing Learning Experiences
|Develop Learning Objectives
Key Instructional Strategies
Review and Discussion
Making It the Fourth M – Measurable
Measuring Levels I and II
Wrap-Up and Evaluation