In everyday life, we read newspapers, magazines, articles, etc. So, how is reading different from content comprehension? Reading is a simple process of deriving meaning from the content. It doesn't involve an in-depth understanding of the content, whereas comprehension is an involved and in-depth activity of thinking and constructing meaning from the content. So, what has content comprehension got to do with eLearning and instructional design?
As instructional designers, we often receive “crude” inputs from stakeholders and clients. The initial step to convert this material into meaningful and effective online courses is understanding the content. So, how can you comprehend the content effectively? What does it take to get down to the nitty-gritty of the stakeholder/client input in quick time?
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