WHY E-LEARNING MUST CHANGE:

A CALL TO END RAPID DEVELOPMENT

Reuben Tozman

Reuben Tozman stirs up the rapid authoring debate with a frank assessment, alternate perspective, and fresh solution. “Rapid development allows organizations to build out e-learning while compromising quality for speed and cost. Although an acceptable tradeoff to some, rapid development addresses an antiquated notion of learning and development that is entirely event-based. Outside e-learning, technology is providing consumers with access to content on demand at lightning speed with greater and greater precision. The same technology holds tremendous promise for e-learning, but requires the industry to shift its working paradigm from supporting event-based training to something ...

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