I have always had a mantra of keep it simple with Rise 360 and you will be successful. But I wanted to check with folks that have worked with their platforms and see if there are best practices for versioning up with it.
We are having alot of fun with Rise 360 and we are establishing a course for our new hire managers. I have showed off a few prototypes and people are sold on it.
Here is the thought. We have like 5 guides that are going to be rolled out slowly to the organization to make up a managers toolkit. Some of the content in the guides are underway and would add their own major section.
Importantly - I am not looking to do major “scoring” changes with the course...as in I am not looking to change the “structure” of how the course will score with question and answers. But more content if we add sections can dramatically disturb the slide count.
We will be tacking on new sections to the rise course.
Any thoughts from your experiences on how to not have this approach crash and burn?
One big SCO? Or a page (or LP) of little SCOs? Anyone try the big SCO with success?
Best answer by gstagerView original