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Design thinking

Stages of design thinking

Design thinking in eLearning means development of eLearning courses that are targeted to learners’ needs, thus increasing the value of the learning experience.

Design thinking is the process that helps eLearning professionals to solve the training and development challenges of the client and meet their performance goals. 

Stages of design thinking

Stage 1: Determine learning challenges.

Analyze the learning problems of your audience. Talk with members of the organization to figure out what knowledge the learners lack.

Stage 2: Define the reasons behind the learning challenges.

Hold interviews or conduct surveys to understand why the organization experiences this specific learning problems.

Stage 3: Creative and development.

Come up with ideas that can solve the problem, choose the best ones and create a simple prototype of the training.

Stage 4: Approval and launch.

When your client approves the prototype of the training, you can start developing the full functionality of the eLearning course.

Stage 5: Analyze learning results.

Gather information about the learning results and whether your training meets the goals that have been set in the beginning of the process.

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