Don’t find customers for your products, find products for your customers – Seth Godin
Every client expects a good quality eLearning course. Quality is all about meeting customer needs.
Customers expect their online course to be designed in a quick and cost-effective way. It is an instructional designer’s challenge to satisfy the needs of the customer. If the online course doesn’t reach the expectations of the customer, the instructional designer should modify the course, and it results in wastage of time and money. To avoid this, you need to develop a prototype. Prototype is like a sample of the online course which can be manipulated according to the needs of the customer. It is a good practice to send the prototype to the customer and get his approval, before proceeding with the development of your online course. This goes a long way in avoiding rework.
Here is an info-graphic which shares a few advantages of creating a prototype of an eLearning course.
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