6 Quick Tips to Make Your Custom E-learning Courses Learner-Centric [Infographic]

| March 22, 2018

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If you want your training to meet specific learning goals, custom e-learning is the best option. Adopting a learner-centric approach for your e-learning courses not only makes the course relevant to learners’ needs and challenges, but also helps you in getting the maximum ROI from learning initiatives. When a course is designed with a learner-centric approach, it becomes user-friendly. This makes it easy to navigate, allowing learners to access the content of their choice.

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