The program I work on consists of over 150 hours of eLearning material. It is a combination of modules, exams, videos, and documents. I've found out that an accrediting body wants us to PRINT and send a "hard-copy" of our curriculum documentation. From my rough estimates this would total about 5000-10000 pieces of paper. I'm guessing they won't actually read the hard copy since we are giving them access to our LMS from the learner view, but they are insisting that we still produce the printed out form.
I know we can print some semblance of a word doc to represent the content in our modules, but that it sometimes looks pretty messy and isn't representative of the course itself. Does anyone have any solid arguments / data that could help convince this group that hard-copy versions are not what they want?