eLearning is a massive growth niche. It’s quick, cost-effective, and engaging. It can help you create a start-up, stay competitive, educate employees, and have a significant impact on your existing business. With an estimated year-on-year growth rate of 10.52% for 2021–2024, the eLearning industry is forecast to be worth over $38.09 billion. And that’s expected
Today, everyone is talking about the benefits and opportunities of developing an eLearning course. But what about the challenges? What challenges does one need to overcome in order to succeed in the L&D industry? In this article, we will answer these important questions. We will talk about the main issues when developing an eLearning course
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eLearning professionals who have been in the industry for over a decade know-how eLearning development have evolved over the years. Creating eLearning content can be a daunting process. Developing a curriculum, thinking the course design framework, and creating engaging content is imperative for providing value to learners. The eLearning development process often can be difficult
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With the sudden shift in the business operations due to COVID-19 pandemic, E-learning content is in high demand. Due to the lockdown situation employees now have to work from home for not sure how long. This whole situation has increased the demand of online courses for companies, students and other learners. And in such times
Beth comes with extensive experience working on software products and has seen the processes evolving with her roles at AOL, Netscape, Websense and now ELM. According to Beth, managing client communication while building e-learning comes with its own set of challenges.
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