With organizations needing to roll out online trainings programs quickly to help employees perform at their best and be in sync with the latest updates and happenings, training managers are looking for rapid eLearning development. Rapid eLearning development cuts course development time by at least 30% and has become popular, thanks to modern rapid authoring tools.
However, concerns abound about rapid eLearning and there are several gray areas. For example, most stakeholders assume rapid eLearning is compromising on quality, while still others are of the opinion that it can be attempted by anybody – leading to a shoddy product. However, this is far from the truth as rapid eLearning is based on strong instructional design principles, but does away with the fancy frills.
If you do have concerns about rapid eLearning, or need to convince your stakeholders of its efficacy, don’t miss this infographic that clears the six common misconceptions about rapid eLearning and brings the truth to the forefront.