Beginners’ Guide: 7 steps to follow when creating an eLearning course

This short guide is not meant to be an all-encompassing step by step process, but it will help you get started in the brainstorming process required at the beginning of the creation of each eLearning course.

Since the first time the term eLearning was coined in 1999 by Elliot Masie, its use as a standard for training has grown exponentially. In times of a pandemic, it is the only solution to provide skills safely to employees.

You have decided to move from traditional instructor led training to eLearning. Now, these are some of the questions you have to answer before starting the development or transformation of your course into eLearning.

1. What problem or challenge is this course going to overcome? In other words, what do you want your students to come out with, after taking the course?
If you think eLearning is just taking your PPT and put some interactions in the middle, you should think again. Self-paced learning requires careful planning, and the first step is to define what the students MUST have learned after taking the course.

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