Calculate eLearning Development Costs

| September 25, 2018

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Calculating eLearning development costs is important for your next eLearning project:Estimates of the time it takes to create 1 hour of eLearning content range from 100 hours to over 160 hours – a spread of 160%.Estimates of the cost of developing 1 hour or eLearning content range from around $ 9000 to over $ 28500 – a spread of over 300%What does go into deciding the complexity that affects the eLearning development costs?

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