Why Most eLearning Fails: Design eLearning That Gets Results
09 Feb 2022
Instructional Designer , Developer
Let’s admit it: most e-learning could be improved. These courses require learners to sit through a disappointing experience where information is poorly organized, the content is irrelevant, and the interactions seem contrived and without purpose. This is compounded even more when the slideshow-like presentation is interrupted with several poorly written quiz questions and cheesy animations to make it all seem “fun.”
Application on the Job:
- Learn how bad e-learning design can negatively affect the learning experience.
- Explore several practical methods you can immediately apply to fix bad e-learning courses.