The Simple Life: How a Simplified eLearning Project Structure Sets You up for Success

“Keep it simple, stupid” is a phrase everyone knows, but actually applying it to our work isn’t always straightforward. In this article, we explore the how and why of simple eLearning project structures and discover that simplicity isn’t the death of ambition.

Do you remember the first time you ever used a word processor? If you’re of a certain age, your entry point into digital publishing probably involved typing up a monstrous chimera of colorful perspective-skewed Impact font WordArt and awful clip art. Your sentences almost certainly alternated wildly between font sizes and font styles (including the obligatory Matisse-ITC and Comic Sans—typefaces to make the father of fonts, Sir Horace Helvetica, spin in his grave).

Your approach to new software tools has doubtlessly matured since the time you last heard someone actually spell out the words “Information Technology”. However, it’s still human nature to overcomplicate things. So it is with our approach to eLearning project structure—where less is definitely more. But why is that the case, and what is the right level of ‘less’?

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