The classroom has been a staple learning center for as long as we can remember. With the rise of technology, learning digitally has become increasingly popular, and, in some cases, more effective. Even in a highly digitalized society, the transition from the classroom to eLearning can be challenging—whether it’s a change for an organization, or just for a person creating eLearning for the first time. Regardless of the situation, it’s important to be prepared when the transition occurs.

This eBook, Moving to eLearning: 154 Tips on Getting Started, provides helpful insights for individuals and organizations new to eLearning to start their journey on the right foot. This eBook is the first of a three-part series. Part two can be accessed here: Moving to eLearning: 283 Tips on Shifting Content and Experiences, and part three will be released later this year.

These tips include advice on:

  • Getting started with technology
  • Getting started with blended learning
  • Getting started with facilitated eLearning
  • Getting started with self-directed eLearning
  • Getting started as a whole