Since I started as an e-learning designer more than a decade ago, there’s always been a healthy and steady number of folks looking to grow their e-learning design and development skills within our industry. Much of this is because many of the tools we use to create e-learning have become more accessible to a wider audience. Gone are the days when you’d need to have the same knowledge and experience as a web developer to create e-learning content.
If 2020 has taught me anything, the ability to be a good e-learning designer is a top priority for employers and job-seekers alike. This is especially true with so much learning content being adapted for digital delivery.
In this month’s Ask a Trainer video, I’m answering your questions about growing your e-learning design skills.
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