Why the Best Instructional Designers Make Regular Course Updates


Unlike traditional academic settings, where students often use the same standardized text year after year, the ever-changing world of digital learning means online students will quickly become disengaged from courses they see as outdated or irrelevant.

As such, students have high expectations of the timeliness, practicality, and relevance of their eLearning courses, which (in theory) can be updated in real-time. This means course creators and instructional designers must continually curate the content and delivery of their training and courses from year to year and even semester to semester, to ensure they’re meeting the current needs and tastes of their students, employees, or customers.

Educational Content Must Adapt to Real World Situations

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