What are 5 things Instructional Designers and Course Developers should avoid when creating eLearning? 

Consider the following when creating eLearning:

  1. Overloading learners with information: Avoid overwhelming learners with too much information at once. Break up the content into smaller chunks and provide opportunities for learners to review and practice.
  2. Ignoring accessibility: Ensure that the eLearning course is accessible to all learners, including those with disabilities. Use clear and simple language, provide closed captioning, and ensure that the course is usable with a screen reader.
  3. Not considering the learner’s perspective: Avoid creating eLearning that is focused solely on the instructor or organization’s perspective. Instead, design the course with the learner in mind, considering their needs and preferences.
  4. Not providing feedback: Avoid not providing learners with feedback on their progress and performance. This can make it difficult for them to understand how they are doing and where they need to improve.
  5. Not testing the course: Avoid not testing the course before it is released. Test the course on Review My Elearning using different devices and browsers, and gather feedback from end-users to ensure that the course is accessible and functional!

By avoiding these mistakes you can create eLearning that is engaging, effective and user-friendly for your  learners.

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