Weekly Recap: Avoid an E-Learning Shutdown

Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

Avoid an E-Learning Shutdown

Text reform, balanced bullet amendments, learner rights, and repealing the Next Button are just a few of the hot topics for course makers right now. While there’s never a universal design solution that fits everyone’s needs perfectly, the endgame is always the same: improve learner outcomes without overtaxing your learner’s cognitive resources.

That’s why course designers need a support community that reaches across the e-learning aisle to broker creative solutions to cobbled designs, amended lists, and sequestered interactions.

E-Learning Heroes provides free universal help care, with no exclusions for pre-existing course conditions. You get referral-free access to the world’s top course designers, over-the-counter templates, premium help, and an open exchange of ideas and insights for building balanced, active, and healthy courses—and that’s something every designer can agree on.

Check out the course-building prescriptions your fellow community members shared over the past week:

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4 responses to “Weekly Recap: Avoid an E-Learning Shutdown”


Love the humor in this post! Lots of great information too, as always. 🙂

Kayleen Holt // Posted at 3:13 pm on October 7th, 2013

One of your best recaps. Love it!

Jane // Posted at 4:31 pm on October 7th, 2013

OK, this has got to be the funniest blog post ever for our profession. Mark and I got a kick out of it! Please submit it for a Blog Post award (somewhere).

Great job, David!

To improve learner outcomes, some non-design issues often tax our projects, such as:

– Mismanagement of Scope Creep

The “Heroes” forums also help with those non-design issues, if a person just needs to “vent” a little. You’ll find in the Community other folks who “get it” and can relate to your non-design issues with your projects.

Kudos, David, on an informative and creative blog post!


Jenise Cook // Posted at 4:33 pm on October 7th, 2013

Thanks, Kayleen!

@Jenise – Thanks for the kind words on the post and community.

David Anderson // Posted at 9:43 am on October 8th, 2013

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