Developing digital learning content doesn’t necessarily require huge amounts of technical skills or large budgets. In this age of resources-not-courses and microlearning, we have a lot more opportunity to mix and match what we develop or find online. In many cases we may not need to develop at all – how can we use great videos and content freely available on the internet as part of the blend? In the last few years lots of the tools and resources I used to use for free have started to adopt a fee based model, but there are still some great things out there. I’ve pulled some together to share with the Charity Learning Consortium.
About Sam Taylor
Sam Taylor has worked in L&D for 20 years for a number of large organisations, with a background in modern learning, digital content and eLearning, working with teams to transform L&D and improve business performance. She’s passionate about raising awareness and quality of digital learning and helping both businesses and L&D teams work smarter not harder. She’s a judge for the Learning Technologies awards, a mentor, and a former Chair of the eLearning Network. Connect with her on LinkedIn