Learning—does it depend on how much people learn? Or, how much technical prowess we showcase in facilitating learning? Should we use technology to support our strategies? Or, put the whole burden of the learning process on the apparently nascent technology's shoulders? Let's discuss here... This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Real-life scenarios are one of the most sought-after aspects of the learning industry today. However, due to lack of conscientious details, we apparently lose the purpose of a scenario in a course. Do we need taps or control points while we 'go gaga' over the real-life examples? Let's discuss... This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Probably, editors and the quality control specialists enjoy an undisputed hatred over other members of a courseware development team. Nevertheless, quality is important. But why? Why do organizations invest so much in quality assurance? Is this just for aesthetic reasons? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.