3 Signs Your Training Department is Instructional Design Deficient

Have you ever worked on an eLearning program only to discover your hard work was in vain? The powers that be handed you content and told you to get to work. Being the proactive eLearning developer that you are, you dove into the deep end with the bloodthirsty sharks, head first. You immediately started developing an eLearning course–writing storyboards, creating graphics, testing navigation, programming buttons, configuring quizzes, the whole nine yards. After you submitted the course for review, however, the client decided that the content was no longer relevant. You scrapped the course and pondered over the precious development hours you’d never get back. Naturally, you were upset and—after a silent soliloquy of swearwords—remembered you had bills to pay.

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