Solo E-Learning Design: How to Make the Most of Your Resources


Hollywood has a way of making the loner seem appealing. Whether it’s a wandering gunman, like Clint Eastwood’s Blondie from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, or Keanu Reeves’ title character in John Wick, these people work alone and get the job done, usually dropping some pretty quippy one-liners along the way.

In the real world, however, being a loner is much more difficult, and it comes with its own set of difficulties. Working alone in the e-Learning industry is no different. Smaller companies won’t have the financial resources available for an e-Learning department, or they may be too skeptical to heavily invest in one.

Even with that skepticism, however, 98% of businesses will have some sort of e-Learning in place by 2020. With smaller companies recognizing the benefits e-Learning courses can offer their companies, individuals are being tasked more and more often with managing their respective company e-Learning solutions solo.

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