Show Your Work!
DECEMBER 16, 2011
Either the company is concerned about sharing proprietary content, about sharing training methods that are considered a competitive advantage, or, in the case of courses being sold to the public, giving away too much of the product. When we teach our e-learning development courses, our students ALWAYS ask where they can go to see additional samples of a certain technique or authoring tool. But having a wide variety of online samples from a number of sources can be another — sometimes easier — way to get on the same page about what you want.