10 Things to Avoid While Designing eLearning

Designing efficient and useful eLearning is by no means an easy job. Instructional designers must study, research and understand a lot before they can even begin to create eLearning.

Nobody’s perfect, and mistakes are made by even the best eLearning professionals in the world. However, only those who learn from their mistakes and don’t repeat them go on to become masters in their field. However, making mistakes can be costly, both financially and professionally. Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn from the mistakes of others? Actually, you can. This article has 10 tips on what not to do when designing eLearning, compiled for you so that you don’t have to learn the hard way, saving your frustration and loss.

1. Not Selecting the Right Authoring Tool

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