Knowledge and information-based learning resources often fail to connect with a learner’s application of skills and knowledge. 

This session considers the skills critical in writing effective digital learning content and framing self-paced and collaborative activities for students. 

We will explore writing for different types of learning content (knowledge, demonstration, case studies, scenarios, terminology and problems), writing effective activities using interactive tools, and writing collaborative activities.

At the end of this workshop with Mick Gwyther, you will be able to:

  • Understand the essential characteristics of digital learning content and activities

  • Condense text heavy resources into lighter and more interesting content

  • Apply story-driven characteristics when writing case studies and scenarios

  • Recognise writing styles that enable interactive engagement and self-paced and collaborative learning activities

  • Work with subject matter experts and facilitators when planning and drafting content

  • Pocket some tips and tricks for writing

Participants will receive:

  • The handout: Writing planning guide

Part of a series: Creating Content for Digital Teaching and Learning 

Other sessions in this series and available for bundle purchase: 

Other Details:

  • Recorded - May 2021

  • Duration - Approx. 80 mins

  • Access - 30 days from date of purchase


Past Feedback:

Here's what others who watched this session had to say:

"The extensive knowledge demonstrated by Mick was fantastic"

"Lots of ideas and suggestions"

"Thanks so much, very informative!"

"Really enjoyed this, thank you Mick! Very valuable and could listen to you all day"

"Fantastic webinar with lots of ideas generated and great tips received!"

"The most positive aspects were when Mick demonstrated his points with real examples - he went further than just showing an example, he discussed how the content ideas and SME conversations led to a particular design solution."

"The enormous overview of exactly how to do this was great. This is what I have been looking for for a long time. Thank you."

"So good - I have already recommended this session to others!"

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