4 Mistakes Creating an eLearning Course

Mistakes I Made Creating My First eLearning Course

My company, Leading Software Maniacs, has been involved for quite some time creating and presenting innovative live workshops for software developers and managers on how to lead teams to deliver projects on time. Workshops are usually created as a set of slides and is usually accompanied with printed handouts for the student. Before creating an eLearning course, I should have marked down the key characteristics of live classroom workshops:

Set time and location Interaction expected between the instructor and students Presentation pace depends on how well the students are following the content Attendees are involved with the same material at the same time Exercises designed to involve all attendees Handout material is usually a replica of the course content (thumbnails of the slides)

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