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by Ethan Edwards, chief instructional strategist
In many professional areas, it is usually a good strategy to look to common practices in the field as a guide — maybe not for the most cutting-edge ideas but at least for reliable models to follow. Unfortunately, in e-learning this can often be a recipe for disaster.
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What else can you do to ruin your e-learning? Share your wisdom in the comments below!