How to Polish Your e-Learning Development Cycle: Catch and Bash Bugs the Right Way

Whether you’re reading a textbook or the great American novel, watching the news or a weekly drama, or catching up on trends at your favorite websites, nothing is more jarring than when you see a mistake. It can be something as simple as a typo, or as major as misrepresented facts, but it always breaks an unspoken trust you didn’t realize you had.

When you see a final product, as a newscast or as a published article, there’s an assumption that what you’re reading is being provided by someone who is knowledgeable in what they’re telling you. That simple typo – whether it is pertinent to the subject matter or not – will shake that assumption. If this publication allowed one mistake through, what other mistakes could there be?

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