The demand for multilingual eLearning courses continues to increase dramatically as the global economy grows. You may need to create eLearning modules for clients that need their courses in multiple languages. Or, you may work in international markets and have an internal need for multilingual eLearning. No matter what your need is, eLearning translation is worth understanding so you can get it done right the first time.
Translation can be a complicated process. Especially when you translate complicated elements involved in eLearning modules. These tips will help you create eLearning courses so they are ready for translation and readily accessible to all learners. Don’t forget to share these tips and don’t forget why you do what you do. To engage learners through innovative eLearning designs and courses!

Tips for E-Learning Translation [Graphic]

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