The Evolution of the e-Learning Development Guide: What Is It and Do You Need One?

When you embark on a journey, it’s helpful to know not only where you’re going, but how you’re going to get there. In 1804, Lewis and Clark relied on Sacagawea to guide them through the Midwest. Sir Edmund Hillary may have scaled Mt. Everest in 1953, but only thanks to his Sherpa, Tenzing Norgay.

Even after routes were found and roads laid, we still consulted maps, and later GPS, to make sure we were going the right way. Trying to find your way without some sort of guide doesn’t necessarily guarantee failure, but it certainly raises the likelihood of troubles along the way. Working in the e-Learning industry is no exception.

While it’s not necessary to track down a sherpa to guide you, starting off without any kind of guide can still lead to unnecessary headaches. A common problem in any development house is a lack of consistency in development. What one developer thinks is a good method will come across as amateurish to another. What seems a sophisticated solution will come across as overly-complicated, in the eyes of a different developer.

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