Impactful e-learning design: do it yourself
A lot of companies want to make e-learning themselves for various reasons: because the responsibility to create content is one of the business units, because of cost-related considerations, etc. Companies then buy an authoring tool, look for an enthusiastic expert or educator with a good story and decent resource material and … then often get stuck.
Because even though these are all important ingredients, they are often not sufficient to make really impactful e-learning. Thinking in terms of learning objectives, writing for screens, developing appealing software templates, these may all just seem nuances, but they often make or break the quality of a digital learning solution and therefore also the extent to which companies score with their employees.