Creating an exciting eLearning module is usually easier said than done. Sometimes clients may give good guidance regarding what they are looking for in the eLearning module that they requested. For these eLearning modules, it is usually appropriate that one person is tasked with completing it. However, this is not often the case. Unfortunately, clients will usually not give much guidance as to what they want to be created. They may provide a storyboard containing information
Securing a sale can be a difficult task no matter the industry. It becomes even more difficult when the company that you are trying to pitch to has employees within their company that could complete the same job that you are trying to do for them. This issue is all too relevant within the tech industry. Today my boss was trying to secure a sale with a company for an eLearning Module. Of course, one of the issues brought up was that they could have their in-house programmers c
When developing eLearning modules, developers often work with Instructional Designers. These experts ensure that the course content enforces the learning objectives in the most effective way. But sometimes the documents and storyboards provided to the programmers may not be the most creative, from a developer perspective. As a developer you have the power to supplement creativity to further enhance user engagement beyond what has been established in the instructional design.