Since starting to use Adapt and moving away from more traditional 'screen to screen' learning I've been struggling to quantify learner time accurately. If we can say that a block equates to a screen then that does help us to refer to learner time in a useful way to provide a scope for courses. But if we want Adapt pages to be more fluid, flowing, also thinking about the editorial style we might be employing more, we won't really be able to use this metric.
Would be interested to hear other thoughts on how we can quantify this. Could it be based on a word count and average reading time for example? For sales work, it's crucial that we can give rough estimates of learner time so we really need a system that can accurately predict an average time (taking into account that all learners are different and this will differ slightly from person to person).