instructional design

A good instructional design is vital for any e-learning module to be "learning effective". MNJ Software follows the basic principles of Instructional Design in developing e-learning solutions, which are:

  • Learner Centric
  • Learner Friendly
  • Self-paced Learnability
  • Applicability
  • Assessability

The overall Instructional Design for E-learning is based on RLO Strategy built upon the Reusable Information Object (RIO).

An RIO is granular, reusable chunk of information that is media independent. An RIO can be developed once, and delivered in multiple delivery mediums.

Each stand alone RIO is a collection of content items, practice items and assessment items that are combined to meet a single learning objective: Concept, Fact, Process, Principle or Procedure.

Individual RIOs are then combined to form a larger structure called a Reusable Learning Object (RLO).

RLO Strategy is based in the 7 x 2 rule. This means that there are a minimum of five and a maximum of nine content items inside of an RIO, and that each RLO contains five to nine RIO Items.

The Authors at MNJ Software create training objects based on five information types: concept, fact, procedure, process and principle.

The RLOs transform large inflexible training courses into database-driven objects that can be reused, searched and modified.

RLO Assessment

A post RLO assessment is done to examine whether the RLO learning objective has been met. This assessment includes overall knowledge of all the RIOs, which make up the RLO. A student takes an RLO assessment and places himself/herself at any personal comfortable level to proceed.

The RIOs' content, practice and assessment items are carefully designed to provide effective and efficient learning based on principles of learning as described by Benjamin Bloom's Taxonomy

Take a look at our showcase of computer based training development software.

Interested in taking advantage of our professional and affordable web site development services? Contact Us today!