Great learning can only happen with great content. But, how that content is written, really matters! We love this thought: Great writing equals great learning!
We got inspired by this article from The Association for Talent Development:
In the current landscape of compressed language—text messaging replacing emails, emojis replacing text messages—it has become a guessing game to navigate the minefield of contemporary communication styles. In instructional design and training delivery, our ability to communicate effectively and efficiently is imperative to ensuring our learners walk away with new skills. — Carrie Addington
You know that if you want your content to make a lasting impact, you have to deliver it in the right platform in a variety of mediums. That’s what modern learning is all about. But, before that can even happen, you have to make sure the quality of the content and the way it is written has to be right. So, what considerations should you think about when writing your content?
What types of language and writing will my team best absorb?
Am I speaking their language based on their understanding of the concepts I want to communicate?
Am I being consistent in my writing?
Am I being clear in my writing?
Once your writing is clear and content is ready to go, it’s time to find the best way to communicate it. You can learn more how on how to do just that right here.