Behind every effective scenario, every good activity, and every great interaction is good storytelling. Practice the craft of writing to engage learners in a deep and meaningful way.
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Connie Malamed, The eLearning Coach
Instructional designers write for a myriad of purposes, often with no training for specific types of writing. This guide covers several types of writing commonly practiced by instructional designers: technical writing, scripting for audio and video, and persuasive writing.
Patti Shank, eLearning Industry
How we write learning content is as important as what we write. For example:
- Complex writing makes the message hard to understand.
- Mixing unnecessary content with important content makes it difficult to find and remember the most critical messages.
In this eBook by Patti Shank, PhD, we concentrate on five critical tactics to remove unnecessary words and content in order to make it content more learnable.
Nancy Duarte, Duarte.com
Resonate Multi-Touch Book is like having a portable story writing workshop in your hands as you prepare your next presentation. You’ll learn a new presentation development methodology informed by cinema, literature, and the greatest speeches of all time.
Hannah Hunter, Allen Interactions
On-screen text can be a powerful tool to motivate, inspire, entertain, and educate. Instructional designers can use many tools to help make onscreen text Meaningful, Memorable, and Motivational.
This e-book, perfect for all instructional designers, outlines 5 practical writing tips that can be used to grab learner attention and keep it!