Cognitive Load Theory in eLearning

10 August 2017 1:00 pm
At Online
Categories: Webinar

Facilitator: Matt Guyan, Solutions Designer, B Online Learning


Matt looks at types of cognitive load and offers some practical tips that you can implement to reduce cognitive load in eLearning.

Matt has been working in the learning and development field for over 10 years and has experience as a classroom facilitator, workplace assessor and instructional designer (for e-learning and classroom environments). His most recent experience is delivering the Articulate Certified Training Program and B Online Learning’s Master eLearning Course. He has also designed and developed many courses using Articulate. He regularly contributes to the eLearning Heroes blog with his Super Hero status. Matt has a keen interest in a number of learning related areas including human cognitive architecture, motivation, performance support, informal learning and social media. He’s also completing a Master of Education in Educational Psychology at the University of NSW.