Visual Design for Instructional Content (Part I)

“In an earlier article ‘Monkey Instruction’, we addressed the issue of effective writing for online instruction. We asked why some online courses are borin

“In an earlier article ‘Monkey Instruction’, we addressed the issue of effective writing for online instruction. We asked why some online courses are boring and analyzed a Webmonkey course to understand its writing style that makes it such a popular course. In planning for this article we looked at several resources, addressing disparate issues, conflicting theories, numerous principles, techniques and rules — that it was difficult to bring them all together in one article. Hence we have decided to tackle them in a series of parts, with each part devoted to one set of guiding principles or a specific resource. Part I of the article analyses Edward Tufte’s principles of visualizing information.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE