With the beginning of the new year, training managers and L&D professionals like you start examining your training budget. Whether your budget has increased or decreased, future-proofing eLearning is something you should always consider. This is because though the content might be relevant over the years, changes in learner profiles, new technologies, and updates – such as the impending end of Flash by the end of 2020 – will curtail the use of these courses.
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Future-proofing eLearning courses will ensure they remain relevant and flexible enough to evolve along with industry trends. It’s not only about revamping old courses to match modern learners and the prevalent eLearning trends but also providing your courses the longest shelf-life possible.
Future-proofing eLearning courses will help:
- Reduce time spent on developing courses from scratch
- Adapt to new technologies quickly
- Address learner preferences
- Get the maximum training ROI
Future-proofing eLearning needs a proper plan and involves effort, money, and resources. This infographic presents 5 ways to future-proof your eLearning courses. Take a look and quickly get to know the best practices involved. If you are not onboard this train, it’s high time you get on.