6 Design Elements For An Effective eLearning Course

| March 29, 2019

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For eLearning to be effective, the course needs to be based on robust instructional design principles. The design elements used in the course need to support and enhance the learning experience. For instance, if the learning objectives of your eLearning course do nothing to take care of the training needs of learners, then effective eLearning will remain elusive.

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