Instructional Writing at its Best: How to Write and Talk so Learning Sticks

Instructional Writing at its Best: How to Write and Talk so Learning Sticks

How to write and edit content for learning and effectively communicate the need for this adaptation to subject-matter experts - Presented by Debbie Smith, Braze

About this course

In this session you will see how to write and edit content for learning, and how to effectively communicate the need for this adaptation to subject-matter experts (SMEs) through the use of a provided checklist. You’ll learn how to minimize cognitive load and improve the organization, visual appeal, and clarity of eLearning content. In this session, you will learn:

  • How to minimize cognitive load by simplifying your language
  • Guidelines for writing content for learning
  • About the Plain Language Movement

Presented by Debbie Smith, Customer Education Program Manager, Braze

Curriculum

  • Instructional Writing at its Best: How to Write and Talk so Learning Sticks
  • Next Steps

About this course

In this session you will see how to write and edit content for learning, and how to effectively communicate the need for this adaptation to subject-matter experts (SMEs) through the use of a provided checklist. You’ll learn how to minimize cognitive load and improve the organization, visual appeal, and clarity of eLearning content. In this session, you will learn:

  • How to minimize cognitive load by simplifying your language
  • Guidelines for writing content for learning
  • About the Plain Language Movement

Presented by Debbie Smith, Customer Education Program Manager, Braze

Curriculum

  • Instructional Writing at its Best: How to Write and Talk so Learning Sticks
  • Next Steps