How to Remove Nice-To-Know Information From Your eLearning

When you’re starting work on an eLearning project, it’s not always clear what information should and should not be included in your eLearning course. How can you separate nice-to-know information from must-know information, especially when it’s a topic or process you aren’t familiar with? While you might assume your subject matter experts will help you with this, don’t hold your breath!

Here’s the thing about subject matter experts: they want everyone to be just as passionate and informed they are about their given area of expertise. Not only is this unrealistic, more often than not, it’s also not really necessary. Your learners only need the most minimal amount of information to do their jobs at the expected level of performance. That’s it! Nothing more and nothing less. 

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