From eLearning Courses to Digital Learning Resources

Learning and Development teams create an enormous amount of learning content in digital format each year and lock them away in monolithic eLearning courses. The problem with this approach is that every time a learner wants to go back to refresh a concept, they are forced to re-launch the whole eLearning course again.

Although a count of returning learners (learners returning to an eLearning course at a later date after completing it) is not a metric that most L&D departments actively track, we are quite sure that the numbers would be poor across organisations.

What if we build eLearning in such a way that after the initial launch of the eLearning is completed, the conceptual components can be extracted, flipped and re-used in a variety of learning and performance management scenarios?

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