Digital Content Factory’s courseware for apps has many benefits due to a proven design methodology. Coupled with various services offered, DCF can help companies to save money and effectively manage their operations.
The four main design elements used to develop DCF courseware are as follows:
- Concepts – the content adult learners need to understand in order to apply a particular feature in their work.
- Procedures – the steps required to perform specific tasks. They are used during learning session, as well as reference after sessions.
- Exercises – the practical application of the concepts and procedures. They enable students to apply new knowledge to specific tasks involved in building the course model, which promotes the user independence methodology.
- Review Exercises – the practical application of the exercises.
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