#GuildChat for 09/25/15: eLearning Development Costs

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, September 25 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is eLearning Development Costs.

The definition of eLearning is expanding as just about anything we engage in online to improve our performance or provide insight can be elearning.  For this conversation however we will be looking at the costs surrounding formal elearning such as modules, courses, video and other deliverables by learning professionals.2015-01-09_11-14-16

As the elearning development space expands to include new tools and processes budgets may also have to expand to accommodate for new innovations. Change in process and ever advancing technology needs demand for us to evaluate numerous aspects of elearning development such as tools, talent and time.

In this week’s #GuildChat we look to discuss the fixed costs, flexible costs, innovative ideas to maintain quality and effectiveness and other approaches to developing quality elearning efficiently.

Prospective questions:

Q1. What, in your experience, has been the most costly element in your elearning development? #GuildChat

Q2. Which costs do you see as being fixed? Which are more flexible? #GuildChat

Q3. In what ways have you mitigated high costs in elearning development? #GuildChat

Q4. Which free or low cost tools/ approaches have you leveraged to keep elearning development costs down? #GuildChat

Q5. When you can’t avoid a high price tag, how have you justified the expense to stakeholders? #GuildChat

Q6. The old saying goes: “Time, Quality, Cost – pick 2” When it comes to your projects which 2 have your leaders choosing? Why? #GuildChat

Q7. Do you believe elearning development costs will increase or decrease in the near future? Why? #GuildChat

 

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