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10 Questions to Consider When Selecting A Custom eLearning Content Provider

Obsidian Learning

You are considering outsourcing some of your eLearning development. Since the success of your project largely depends on the relationship you build with your vendor, it’s helpful to meet with several vendors up front to make the best choice. If you’re working with a vendor to develop an online learning solution, will their package include supporting reference materials or redrawn graphics if needed? Develop a unique look and feel? What authoring tool do you use?

Bargain Shopping for eLearning? Why Off-the-Shelf Isn’t Always the Best Deal

eLearningMind

But before you hand over your credit card, you should know that off-the-shelf eLearning isn’t always the best deal. OTS “Off The Shelf” Vs. Custom Developed Training. Most off-the-shelf eLearning is priced out on a per user basis. The OTS course is purchased, leased or licensed typically for a certain number of participants. How many participants do you have? In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to create custom learning.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Design Inspiration

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Monday, November 05, 2007 Instructional Design Inspiration As I mentioned last week , Im in the midst of designing my first custom eLearning course in quite awhile. Now that Ive been actually doing some writing, Im having to put it all to work. What movers and shakers have inspired me to design differently? The eLearning Salary Gender Gap Phew!

10 Features that Make KITABOO Insight the Best Learning Platform for Remote Employees

Kitaboo

But unfortunately, it is amidst this chaos that many of them found out that they do not have the know-how to do so. Having a corporate online training platform that employees could use remotely would help organizations in continuing with their training and development processes. The L&D teams must be able to use the tool and operate it without difficulty as they will have to manage the backend operations such as uploading and updating eLearning modules.