10 Must-Have Elements in a Structured Online Learning Journey

| September 4, 2019

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Haven’t we all heard that it’s always about the journey and not the destination? It’s the same for learning as well. Simply dumping content in an online format doesn’t make learning effective. What matters is designing and developing content, keeping in mind adult learning principles and strong instructional design. If learning has to be an enriching experience, work on crafting a memorable learning journey. Wondering how to do this?

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