7 Stages of Blue Apple’s Custom E-learning Development Process

Does not matter if you are a newbie in the field of eLearning or a seasoned pro, this piece of writing is surely going to interest you. Here’s a solid overview of the eLearning development process that Blue Apple Technologies follow to create out of the ordinary learning programs. This is not only to let you know about what we do but also to help you avoid costly mistakes on your next projects. So, here we go-

1. Setting Objectives

The first step of planning any eLearning program is to decide what your expectations are and where you need to head. Plan in advance what the program will achieve, how it will benefit, and how you can gauge the gains?

2. Your Office’s Culture

Once the objectives have been specified, you now need to consider the culture of your company. When we design any of our programs, we make sure it fits in well with the learning landscape of our clients’ organization. Keeping in mind the company’s vision and values and how the eLearning development is going to reinforce the team, we design a have-it-all course.

3. Learner Needs

Take a good time to study the personality of learners, their problem, and the knowledge gap. Considering all these factors, you now should decide how the content needs to be delivered. Also, consider the way learners would show interest in the program, and proceed with your custom e-learning development accordingly.

4. Content Strategizing

The next step is to focus on eLearning content development. We often select the topics and subtopics that need to be taught in an organization. All our analysing, planning, and organising up to this point leads to the instructional design of the storyboard.

5. Development

It now comes to the development stage. Think about how the team of learners would view the module, i.e. laptop, mobile, or both. After this, develop a program having appropriate onscreen elements, interactions, and assessments.

6. Testing and Revision

Feedbacks are important to know if the eLearning program you have designed is ready to fulfil its purpose. When putting your development under stakeholders’ revision, make sure you inform them about what kind of feedback you want. This helps save time and develop an ideal learning program.

7. Plan your Launch

Make sure you don’t overlook this critical stage. Planning the launch of your eLearning program is important so that it reaches the audience it is meant for. Take help of the internal marketing to set a successful launch of your eLearning program.

Hope this will help you understand the eLearning development in a better way. You can get in touch with us anytime you want a perfect eLearning program for your company.