eLearning Pet Peeves

Once upon a time, we subjected you to “the worst eLearning course ever.” That monstrosity was an evil chimera of Digitec’s combined worst nightmares and most obnoxious memories. This time you’re in for something a little narrower. My personal eLearning pet peeves. Let’s take a look at the top offenders. In no particular order:

Locked Navigation

Example: You can’t select the next button until the narration is finished.

Why I Can’t Stand It: It makes the learner feel like a child by taking a basic choice away from them. I understand that organizations often want to ensure that learners see every screen of their eLearning. But let’s face a hard truth. If someone can skip all the content, go straight to the assessment, and pass, it means one of two things.

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