We’re all feeling the pressure to reduce elearning costs while maintain elearning quality.
What can you do to reduce costs? If you’re looking for ideas, take a read of these five articles I’ve curated from a variety elearning industry experts.
1. Three ways to reduce elearning development costs (Elucidat latest article)
Under pressure to deliver more for less? Time-poor but creatively rich? Modern eLearning tools help managers of eLearning teams deliver great courses while saving development costs.
Li Whybrow shows you how to reduce eLearning development costs by using pre-built themes, Master courses, and responsive designs.
2. How to cut costs with cloud-based training
Cloud-based training has become so popular thanks to its ability to deliver real-world training at a fraction of the cost of conventional training methods.
In this article, Moran Shayovitch discusses the factors that make cloud-based training cost effective.
3. Seven tips for cost-effective elearning localization
Elearning allows global companies and organizations to reach learners all over the world in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.
Caitlin Nicholson explains that elearning localization is a lengthy process, but it doesn’t have to be that bad. “With ample planning time and preparation, eLearning developers can save time and cut costs…”
4. 75 tips to reduce elearning costs
eLearning Guild members reveal imaginative ways to cut eLearning costs, and clearly show that cost savings is a mindset and being cost conscious makes good sense (and cents).
5. How to Reduce Costs in E-Learning and Corporate Training
Our clients want to accomplish as much as possible with their e-learning budgets: we all want more bangs for our bucks. Fact is, you can do more for less and reduce costs in e-learning and corporate training.
Here are tips from an experienced solution architect, who frames projects and budgets for clients every day. Get the most from your e-learning project budget!
Bonus: Five ways to save time and money on elearning translation
Elearning is a great solution for global organisations who want their workplace training to reach all their employees, no matter where in the world they work. But costs can spiral if elearning translation and localisation is not planned properly.
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