Effective Elearning and the Template Dilemma

Do you use templates when building elearning?

I’m a big fan of templates (as I am of other methods of standardization). I love the idea of having a set of optimized formats for content. Plug and play, everything works with a minimum of fuss and bother.

But templates can be problematic. Designers and developers want to develop new and more interesting ways to present information. They want to explore better ways to create more delightful experiences, and more effective ways of programming content. Audiences can quickly get bored when completing template-based elearning. Seeing a tab-style interaction once or twice is something that many learners will put up with. But see it too often, and it’s as dull as a click-and-read.

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