Designing an effective online training program is a greater feat than most people outside L&D recognize. You have to come up with a design plan, collaborate with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for content, and work alongside instructional designers and courseware developers; all the while trying to juggle deadlines, budget, and quality. To face these practical challenges rapid eLearning is your best bet.
Cutting the frills and fads, rapid eLearning concentrates on the basics of instructional design to develop learner-centric courses quickly, without compromising on quality. It leverages authoring tools – their inbuilt templates, assets, and features to speed up eLearning development. Rapid eLearning incorporates simple techniques such as personalization and storytelling to ramp up the engagement quotient – while minimizing SME time.
Cutting down on eLearning development time will ensure you have a cost-effective training program on hand, ensuring quick transfer of employees to their job. To leverage rapid eLearning, we can use some simple tips such as customizing the templates offered by tools and building a library of reusable assets and more. Check this infographic to know three ways to put the ‘rapid’ into eLearning development.