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by Kasia Derbiszewska | Oct 27, 2022 education udl implementation business

Designing Online Courses for Learner Variability

“If a [person] can’t learn the way we teach,
maybe we should teach the way they learn.”
-Anonymous

by Kasia Derbiszewska | Oct 10, 2022 learning udl online-business online
Buzz Lightyear and Woody from Toy Story with the caption “Text, walls and walls of text.”

Multiple Means of Representation With Visuals

Part 3 of a 3-part series on how to supercharge your online content! Learn how to make your online course easier to follow by leveraging simple design techniques: chunking, developing clear goals, and adding in visual aids.

by Matthew Riecken | Oct 07, 2022 online-learning learning universal-design-learning education online-courses
Three circle targets that illustrate how we can direct focus. Target A is a blank target that doesn’t specify where the focus should be. Target B is a standard target with rings and the “bullseye” in the center. Target C illustrates that our goals, or focus, are not always “down the middle” by moving the rings and the “bullseye” the the upper-right corner of the target. Goals help to shift the learners’ focus where we want it to go.

Goals are the Guide to Learning

Part 2 of a 3-part series on how to supercharge your online content! Learn how to make your online course easier to follow by leveraging simple design techniques: chunking, developing clear goals, and adding in visual aids.

by Matthew Riecken | Jul 27, 2022 online-learning learning education teaching goals

When Automation Alters the Education Landscape

Shifting from “mastering content” to developing expert learners — how an evolving society requires the learning environment to adapt.

by Kasia Derbiszewska | Jul 03, 2022 learning universal-design-learning education udl expert-learning-material
Several square slices of chocolate brownies.

What is Chunking and Why is it Important for Your Online Course?

Part 1 of a 3-part series on how to supercharge your online content! Learn how to make your online course easier to follow by leveraging three simple design techniques: chunking, developing clear goals, and adding visual aids.

by Matthew Riecken | Jul 03, 2022 online-learning universal-design-learning instructional-design chunking
Luke Skywalker inside his X-wing. Luke has the computer-assisted targeting system engaged and is looking through the viewfinder.

Use the Technology, Luke

Utilizing technology — specifically hyperlinks — can help learners make the jump to lightspeed in an online learning environment.

by Matthew Riecken | Jun 17, 2022 online-learning learning universal-design-learning

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