How To Design, Develop and Deliver eLearning

Perhaps the mystery and hyperbole that surrounds so many new technology based solutions is inevitable. Perhaps people are intimidated by the “newness” and fear investing on the “bleeding” edge.  Perhaps they have had their fingers burned in the past.

A cynic might even argue that there are vested interests in the form of specialist consultants who like to inflate the complexity and risk of developing technology heavy solutions and make a buck or three on the way through!


eLearning has suffered from its fair share of bluff and bluster in its formative years and maybe in those times when the market was in its “early adopter” phase some of those labels were true. However there have been tremendous strides in recent years in the eLearning space and the market is accelerating fast as organisations realise how practical it has become to deploy eLearning content rapidly and affordably within organisations, both messages that resonate in today’s marketplace, still rattled by the GFC.

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