How to Introduce a New eLearning Authoring Tool: Your First 3 Steps

This post presents an extract from ‘Introducing a New Tool’ the third chapter of our most recent ebook From Tool Selection to Measurement: 6 Steps to eLearning Authoring Success. Here, we cover the first three of our six steps designed to quickly and efficiently transition you to a new platform—authoring or otherwise.

It’s only human nature to be attached to old methods and tools. We’re always aware of the time we’ve already invested in learning the journey, layout, and processes that have become comfortable to us. So when a new piece of learning software is introduced, people can be slow to embrace it.

The benefits of moving to a new piece of software are likely to be obvious to the team who went through the process of purchasing it. Nevertheless, you still have to be prepared to do some work to demonstrate those benefits to the wider business. In this chapter, we discuss the steps that will help you create the best possible first impression, and keep your content creators and learners from falling back into old habits.

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