Author Content Workflow
Hello, I'm very new to this and have been asked to author some content for training. I'm trying to understand the relationship workflow between Courses, Programs, Journeys, Checkpoints and anything else I might be missing. Is there anything out there that shows us the big picture? It would be nice to have a video or flowchart to understand the best practices on how to structure the content.
HI Cheryl...I met with Marc, and the bulk of our conversation centered around how would he be creating content for courses as part of the overall instructional design philosophy within the organization. I have several projects right now with different plans for each. For small, technical training, lessons I am publishing courses in SCORM 1.2; for some story-telling courses we are using Bridge Advance Video to create playbooks within Bridge; on-boarding content is organized into Programs and Journeys as they are more complicated and use all types of courses.
There seem to be pros and cons to everything, so am using an overall philosophy to guide these decisions. Any technical training is always SCORM, any "Getting Started with..." in the form of SME stories is done in 1:0 video recordings and must be less than 10 minutes each.
It's also worth noting that programs and journeys have some weird assigning nuances that might also dictate if you use them or not. I really like the Journeys concept, but currently the assignment of them, the notifications the learners receive, and the way a learner lands in Bridge is less than ideal and is not intuitive...this has created confusion for our newest employees which is the last thing we want to do.
Hope this is helpful. Feel free to reach out if you would like me to explain anything in greater detail.
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