Monthly Archives: December 2013

When to Use eLearning Templates – and When Not To – Part Two

In Part One of this post, we discussed 5 great reasons to use a pre-built eLearning template. To follow-up in Part Two, we’re now going to explore 5 reasons when a custom solution is in your best interest. 5 Reasons You Need a Custom Solution: Pre-built templates are a set of standardized screens/layouts, navigation elements,

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When to Use eLearning Templates – and When Not To – Part One

Have you ever found yourself struggling to design and develop an interface and structure for your eLearning course that is engaging, effective, and doesn’t look like all of the other courses in your library? Years ago instructional designers were typically part of a team and they had graphic designers, programmers, and others they could rely

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