Rapid eLearning? I don’t think so.

Rapid eLearning is basically fancy content presentation. And if content equaled learning, universities could be replaced by libraries.

A few years ago, I was working with a company who needed to revamp their project management training. The old training department had very little power, and basically was tasked with feeding whatever slide decks subject matter experts (SMEs) gave them through Articulate, exporting the result into SCORM, and calling it an eLearning module. The result was 160 slides, each having an average of 50 words. Unsurprisingly, few people learned effectively from this monstrosity.

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