If you’ve ever read Clive Shepherd’s blog (and if you haven’t, you really should), then you already know about his 30-minute masters wiki. Building on the concept, Clive teamed with Articulate partner Kineo to launch 60-Minute Masters, billed as such:
This short course provides subject experts and many others with the skills needed to design engaging, rapid e-learning materials for use in the workplace.
I’m delighted to bring you a first look at the course, which just went live this week and leverages some great capabilities of the Articulate suite of software:
To hear the audio version of the course, you’ll need to register (free of charge) at the 60 Minute Masters site.
Regarding their choice in using Articulate tools to create this resource, Kineo’s Managing Partner Steve Rayson said the following:
The great thing about Articulate is that it provides a rapid way of generating SCORM-compliant elearning content. However, a growing issue for many organisations is creating a look and feel which meets their brand guidelines. This means creating a consistent look across the Articulate suite including Engage and Quizmaker. By using the Articulate SDK you can create a consistent user interface and a brand experience to meet the most exacting requirements. At Kineo we have worked with leading brands in areas such as finance and telecoms to develop high quality branded player templates using Articulate SDK.
And speaking of wikis like Clive’s, be sure to read Tom’s latest post: 5 Ways Web 2.0 Can Make You a Better E-Learning Designer.