Transitioning from Paper-based to Online Learning

Have you decided to take the leap from paper-based materials to online learning but are not quite sure where to start? You’re not alone. Since this transition can seem overwhelming, many companies find it helpful to approach the shift to online learning in phases. Often, Phase 1 is simply putting your paper materials online. Next, Phase 2 could be exploring ways to make your online materials more visually appealing and engaging. Finally, Phase 3 could focus on developing interactive e-learning courses, like incorporating gamification or knowledge validation. The key is to remember this is not a mad-dash to the finish line, but rather a purposeful evolution that continues to assess, respond, and adapt to how the new programs are being adopted and used by your learners. In this article, we’ll focus on best practices for Phase 1.

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