10 Things to Create Instead of an E-Learning Course

Our innate tendency to focus on using familiar tools—regardless of whether they’re the best fit for the project—is known as the “Law of the Instrument.” Maslow famously summarized the effect as follows: “I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is the hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” In my experience, this statement applies just as well to the world of training, a world often saddled with finite resources and limited tools for reaching learners—most typically instructor-led training, job aids, or e-learning courses. And when tool options are restricted and every project needs to be delivered “yesterday,” it’s understandable how folks end up framing them all as e-learning courses. Today’s authoring tools make e-learning course creation so much faster and easier, why not just import that content, publish it as a course, and call it done?

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