To create culturally conscious experiences for worldwide students
Every member of your team should feel that the L&D experience is created just for them. They should be able to connect with the multimedia elements, support tools and any other part of the online training puzzle. But how do you adapt the training process and build related courses when students are scattered around the map? This e-book shows you how to create culturally conscious eLearning for your audience, regardless of their geographical location or cultural background.
Location: Why language is not the only cultural consideration
While many organizations focus on translating content to improve knowledge transfer and boost student engagement, it is only the tip of the iceberg of culture. You also need to consider graphics, references, and a number of other factors to create culturally conscious content. In some cases, including certain spoken language or images may offend students based on their cultural norms or societal belief systems. That said, language is still the cornerstone of eLearning localization. Thus, you need to find the right tool for the task and this is where this guide steps in to help you choose the best writing tool for your online training program.
About this e-book
What course planning steps do you need to follow to develop related eLearning experiences? This guide covers all the essential information you need to locate your eLearning content and make it globally related. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s inside:
- Principles of localization in eLearning
- This is what international support looks like in your Content Writer tool and its output
- XLIFF: Everything you need to know to create eLearning in multiple languages
Download the eBook How to Create Culturally Conscious eLearning for Global Audiences for tips on locating your eLearning experiences and providing support to your international audiences. It also examines when to centralize or create regionally, and tips for playing according to culture preferences.