The rules of e-Learning: Put yourself in your learners shoes

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Your learners world impinges on your learning architectureEvery learning development should be built on firm foundations.  We need to know our audience.  I don’t just mean the learners as they work through our e-learning, although there is much we should consider here; after all if the learners fail to learn, or apply what they have learned, then our e-learning has failed.  But there is also another side to our audience we should consider; a learner who has much interference in their life, are easily distracted and quickly frustrated – in fact our learners have another life of which our course is only a part.

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