5 Steps for Testing Course Elements

In our last post in the content delivery blog series, we covered how to upload course elements. Now we’re going to demonstrate how to test your course elements before delivering the course to learners. 

Why should you test your course elements?

It might seem like a waste of time to test course elements, or, at best, an unnecessary precaution. However, testing is absolutely vital to the content delivery process. You want to make sure that the content you’re delivering is errorless. There are a couple reasons for this. First, content with errors looks bad to your potential users. If they try to take a course and encounter a bug, then they will be less likely to trust your content. This distrust leads to the second consequence of not testing your course elements: you lose business. Customers will go elsewhere if your content is buggy.

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