10 Big Mistakes in eLearning Design and Development to Avoid

73.6 percent of technology-delivered training at the Fortune 500 firms comes through online methods (workforce.com). Out of the $200 billion Corporate Training industry, $56.2 billion is represented by eLearning (Global Industry Analysts). Online courses emerged in the 80’s and since then eLearning has been radically changing the training industry. While the eLearning industry is experiencing rapid evolution and organizations have seen massive cost and time saving through it, there are still issues like learner boredom, lack of interactions, lack of relevance, and inadequate real-world problem-solving.

Based on our experience of creating thousands of hours of eLearning content, we see the following as common mistakes in eLearning design and development. Hope this helps you as a checklist in your eLearning design and development –

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