Global audiences: the rules are changing in eLearning

While English is the most common language in learning and development, not everyone online is English proficient or feels comfortable learning in languages in which they are not native.

With 12 years of experience in the eLearning industry, our team has worked in projects that range from compliance training, to online school projects focusing on reaching audiences worldwide. The pandemic reality and the immediate need for digitalization is forcing us to consider using local languages for courses, and to understand the benefits this will bring to our productivity and effectiveness.

If you are in the eLearning development industry, you probably have been asked to develop an eLearning course for a global audience, and you probably thought: why not just create the course in English and then send it to the translation guys we typically use?

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