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    Three positive outcomes of successful collaborative e-Learning

    Collaborative e-Learning basically happens when multiple users can share and work with content simultaneously. Changes are shown in real time. Therefore, your course creation will definitely be more productive and effective as team members can work on a same course at the same time.  

    Today collaboration is more important than ever. Here we tell you some ways in which it can help you and your company.

    Three positive outcomes of successful collaboration in eLearning projects: 

    • Delivery speed:  No wait times between phases in development mean that, in calendar days, eLearning projects will likely save 50% or more.  One of the biggest sources of waste is a project waiting for someone to work on it.  By collaborating in real time, a project can be delivered much quicker without additional labor costs.
    • Risk mitigation:  Quickly going from knowledge mining to implementation means that fewer things have a risk of changing during development.  Fewer risk of a key decision maker changing work, fewer chances of environmental variables changing.
    • Localization:  Teams from the farthest corners of the world can participate and, from day one, include elements that will make localization easier. Teams quickly and easily share and review content with team members in any location and at any time.

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    Collaborative e-Learning tools are trouble-free... no installation is required! All you need is a Web browser. With a computer and access to the internet, anyone can sign in and collaborate. Start using eLearning collaborative authoring tools!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Karla Gutierrez
    Karla Gutierrez
    Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT. ES:Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT.

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