Before you go down the road too far it is imperative that you ask yourself a few serious questions to get to heart of what it is you want to do with eLearning and how you intent to use it in your organization. The following questions are not exhaustive but should help you start to frame your objectives which will certainly help before you go shopping for an eLearning Partner - imperative to know what is and isn't in scope - that way it is easier to identify what you are looking far and also easier to recognize something that isn't a good fit. Some questions worth considering are:
There are many questions you could ask but in short this type of values reasoning is very helpful before you got to market searching for a provider, for those organizations that DON'T ask these questions, experience tells me that they will miss the mark.
A fundamental tenet we subscribe to is that all our eLearning end-users only need to know how to use any common web browser and create an attachment to an email… if they can do that, then they are technically competent to navigate our curriculum, courses and modules…. Any partner you enter into discussions with should be able to do the same.
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