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Make Your eLearning Suck Less September 17, 2009

Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
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Christy Tucker posted a message on Twitter earlier this month about a presentation called “eLearning Sucks” (see below). This presentation is a good reminder that we should continue to innovate and experiment with ways to keep our learners engaged. Check it out. Oh, and yes, it’s a bit ironic that this is a linear slideshow.🙂

(This presentation was created by a company called Red Magma in London. I spent 5 minutes on their web site and I still don’t have a clear idea of what they do!)

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1. Gary Hegenbart - September 17, 2009

Great presentation, thanks for sharing that.Now I just need to figure out how to make product training suck less when customer only want to pay for classroom training. Challenge is good, it keeps me thinking.

2. eQuixotic - September 17, 2009

True, this presentation leaves something to be desired (slideshare has yet to capture my imagination). That said, the message is right on the money: eLearning sucks. Because developers don’t put any soul in it. It’s all theory and academic gobbledegook and no passion.

Something’s gotta change…

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