e-Learning is a complex discipline, includes many things: instructional design, course development, learning, pedagogy, adult learning, technology, platforms, etc. It is not something to take too lightly because the progress of many people and the careers of many more people, may depend on it. It needs knowledge and skills to master, and results to be delivered!
Enough, though, with the passive voice! e-Learning IS a discipline, aiming at delivering results in a usually (short) time!
And it is about you! Why? Because you (in the place of an instructional designer or a course development expert, or a person wants to transfer knowledge and skills to other people in a structured and legitimate manner) have to offer your knowledge and skills to the service of other people. And YOU have to offer all the necessary venues and skills to make someone to learn!
The role of an e-learning expert in not an easy role! It is a role including coaching, mediating and facilitating of other people to reach their (training) goals. As a course developer, you should being involved in a process of constant training. First training of yourself, on the new trends and currents of your practice, and, second, training of other people as the person who is transferring the necessary knowledge and skills to those needed!
You are the owner of the procedure reads: “How to develop a more easy path for someone to learn X“? This is the question, but the answer is not always easy!
You should find a “proper” way to transfer your knowledge to the recipients, in a way, THEY, could relate to what’s been offered!
You could do that with easy steps (baby steps if you like):
At the end of the day, should you have a valid course or a raw material for a better course! Either way, it is something you should act upon it and disseminate it!
You might end up, developing a new business like that! Or not! Write your thoughts on the comment section!
Question: What do you thing e-Learning be? How would you use it in your company’s framework? You can leave a comment at the comments section.