Weekly Recap: Tips and Insights to Help You Draft and Design Better E-learning

Jun42012
Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

Every good e-learning designer aspires to build the best learning experience possible for their learners. Great learning experiences can be found in many types of projects, including simple, linear courses all the way to performance-based scenarios. Knowing how and when to build the right type of course can make all the difference. That’s why E-learning Heroes is such a valuable resource.

Every day, e-learning designers just like you come together to share ideas and solutions for building better and more meaningful e-learning. Just have a look at the e-learning goodness shared over the past week:

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