So, how can you save development time with elearning automation? Traditionally, L&D teams use dedicated resources and tools for course development. For each course, an SME creates content and the course is created by an eLearning developer using many available authoring tools. One disadvantage of this method is the time spent on non-value adding, repetitive, mundane tasks.
Research has shown that while a learning manager spends 20% of the time on content creation, more than 60% of the time is spent on course authoring, and a mere 5% is spent on strategy and storyboard. This not only affects the timeline for rollout and the budget, but it also takes a toll on the effectiveness of the eLearning courses.
Where are you wasting time? Time, tools and competencies
Tags: eLearning Automation