How to Make Your eLearning Deliver

Though the advent of email and text messaging have significantly decreased the amount of handwritten mail we send and receive, as long as we have a need for physical goods and objects, we will need some kind of delivery service. Though deliveries probably won’t always be conducted directly by humans (self-driving cars and drones are already being tested), deliverymen and women are secure in their work for the time being.

Because of the “Point A to Point B” nature of the business, it’s easy to oversimplify delivery services and the role they play in our society. But the movement of parcels and, as you were probably anticipating, the eLearning metaphor that accompanies it are more complex than that.

Plan a route ahead of time

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