A New Appreciation For E-Learning Classes

There was a point in my life where I was working and I decided that I wanted to go back to school. Because of the hours I worked I had to take night classes. After a year or so of working during the day and then driving to class at night I decided I was sick of rush hour traffic and thought I’d try online classes instead. I liked that these classes offered me flexibility and that I could learn from the comfort of my home while sitting in my pajamas. I never considered all of the work that went into putting an e-learning experience together until I came upon the below infographic. 200 hours of work for 1 hour of learning!? Wow! No wonder the classes were so expensive! I definitely have a better appreciation for the e-learning classes I took and the people that helped create the classes.

(Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.)


  1. Blessie Nelson says

    Wow! That is eye opening for me as well! The things we take for granted!

  2. Hi, Alicia!

    I’m an instructional designer (and technical writer), so I’m very curious how you ended up doing this sponsored post…?


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