Maybe you’re new to the e-Learning industry, and all of this online training development language is unfamiliar to you—or maybe you’ve been in the industry for years, and you’re always discovering new trends and techniques to make your e-Learning…
Thanks to Christopher Pappas for posting this great article by Christie Wroten on Google+.
I think people in technical communication who don’t work directly in e-learning should learn these terms as well! I learned them by hanging out with the right people (like Christopher) on Twitter. I can say that I knew what all of these were! But even the other day, I mentioned "m-learning" to someone in the tech comm field, and they had no idea what it was, even from inference. Understanding these terms is important, because a big part of content is e-learning these days, whether it’s a simple help document or a full course. E-learning is moving fast, so understanding this lingo will help immensely.
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