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Factors that Determine eLearning Costs

Enyota Learning

Several factors impact the overall eLearning costs of your project: Volume. The duration of courses and the number of course elements have a major role to play in determining the eLearning costs of your project. The size and type of your course can impact the overall cost in a large way. Hence always include only the essentials to keep your costs under control. A highly interactive course can cost almost two times as much as a basic eLearning course.

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Emerging technologies & challenges in e-Learning content creation: Global resourcing to rescue

G-Cube

Delivery platforms are seeing a paradigm shift from desktops to mobiles & tablet computers, operating systems are transiting from Windows to Android and iOS, programming tools maturing from Adobe Flash to HTML 5, Rapid Authoring tools are also going through a metamorphosis and so on so forth. Added to the woes are the rising costs of infrastructure, talent war for skilled manpower and the competition to deliver high quality content at a lower cost.

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How to Select the Right Corporate Training Company for E-learning Development

CommLab India

What do you do when you wish to outsource your e-learning project to an offshore online corporate training company? A custom e-learning development company might not necessarily be involved in developing online training programs for companies. Quality Assurance process. We all know that project management involves three major aspects – time, cost, and scope. Compromising on any of these aspects would affect the quality of the e-learning solution.

LearnUpon – The best LMS in Australia

LearnUpon

LearnUpon had just set off on their journey to be the best Learning Management System (LMS) in Australia when I first spoke with the CEO, Brendan Noud. “I’m The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is the national regulator for the vocational education and training (VET) sector and it seeks to ensure that training meets the needs of Australian industry. The logistical practicality and cost of live, in-person training makes eLearning an attractive option.