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Rapid eLearning


My organisation, Kern Communications, recently experimented with rapid eLearning and created a 8-hour elearning SCORM compliant course in 8 calendar weeks for company, Tendering for Contracts Inc. using a 7-member team at 20% costs. We did not use any specific tools, used PowerPoint to script and the course was constructed in Flash and HTML.

Can you please tell me if completing this project in this time qualifies it to be a rapid eLearning project? I want to enter this in a competition and want to know if i am eligible. Where can I find some industry benchmarks on Rapid elearning? I tried some searches but did not find anything relevant.
Rashmi Varma

One Response

  1. Defining rapid e-learning
    LTI Magazine defines raid e-learning as courseware (live or self-paced) developed in less than three weeks, where SMEs act as the primary development resource. Bersin uses a similar definition: ‘Web-based training programmes that can be created in a few weeks and which are authored largely by SMEs’. Agreement on definitions – is this a first for e-learning?


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