By: Richard Hemma
E-learning courses offer the traditional classroom curriculum or on-site training in an interactive digital format. Providing effective e-learning content can greatly increase students and trainees retention and execution of training concepts, increasing productivity up to 50%. However, with an increasing amount of global learners of different cultures and languages, it’s crucial that e-learning courses are created with specific target audiences in mind.
Translating and localizing your e-learning content is a complex, multi-step process, but with the right expertise can be skillfully navigated with success in any language. Following these basic steps can aide in gearing your e-learning content for any training and in any locale.