Key Tips to Implement Effective eLearning Strategies

Years and years back, Plato proposed the question: How does an individual learn something new when the topic is brand new to that person? Plato answered his own question by stating that knowledge is present at birth and all information learned by a person is merely a recollection of something the soul has already learned previously, which is called the Theory of Recollection or Platonic epistemology. And John Locke as an answer to the question offered the “blank slate” theory which states that humans are born into the world with no innate knowledge.[1]

As L&D professionals we often stumble upon this very question, drown deep in learning theories to find the right answers. But what we often miss out in the search for greater enlightenment are the little things. The tiny keys to making eLearning strategies effective. While the learning design and models do play their part, there are other factors too that make or break a learning strategy and set the premise for effective learning. Here are some key tips to implement effective eLearning strategies.

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