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How To Deliver An Effective eLearning Project

Posted By: eCom Scotland

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We have been reflecting on eCom’s 20 years of developing bespoke eLearning content. The technologies and techniques have changed quite a bit in this time and our project management and content development processes have been tried, tested and refined into the streamlined set-up we operate today.

We have developed some resources which capture eCom’s view on how to deliver an effective eLearning project. I hope you find these useful as you embark on your next project.

1) How do you manage a project to ensure a positive outcome?  Our infographic on 10 Steps To eLearning Project Management Success outlines key stages to consider.

2) Which individuals should you be collaborating with and what influence do they have?   Learn about the roles of key individuals and discover what we at eCom see at top tips to success at each stage. Read more on collaborating to succeed.

3) What needs to be considered when you are working on a project with a large number of stakeholders? Find out in our article How to Manage Multi-Stakeholder eLearning Projects.

At eCom each bespoke eLearning project benefits from the expert knowledge of a number of our specialist teams. Our cross-team collaborative approach and peer review system ensure feedback and contribution from a number of sources. We provide guidance throughout the project lifecycle to ensure it is delivered on time and in budget. 

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If you would like more information on how eCom can help you deliver an eLearning solution that is right for your organisation , call us today on 01383 630032 or email connect@ecomscotland.com




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