|Good eLearning still requires resources|
The reason might surprise you.
And I’m probably going to have a few people disagree with me.
Even with flexible authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline and Captivate, I argue that the end product will be better if approached using agile team-based design. That means, your company’s eLearning team should include a project manager, a storyteller (this could be an ID), a (graphic) designer, and a developer (either schooled in html5 or very savvy with the authoring tool). This sounds different than what I usually hear, as it’s often one person who is responsible for the whole process who is then asked to liaise with the IT department. Please don’t misunderstand me. I’m not suggesting the good eLearning is impossible to create–what I am saying is that the impact of it will grow if the process itself is supported.