Content updates and rebranding are two major reasons companies convert their legacy courses. Content in eLearning courses should be up-to-date so that learners have access to the latest knowledge. It’s vital to have the latest information in online compliance training as laws and regulations get updated frequently; sales reps need knowledge on the latest products and updates.
Nothing spells learner disinterest faster than a ‘click Next’ e-Learning course. Not only is it boring in its predictability, such courses also suffer a higher dropout rate.
Statistics from the Corporate University Exchange, based on a study of 4148 online learners, show dropout rates at about 70% in e-learning courses compared to an average 15% for classroom training courses.
Courses developed in Flash are difficult to update and not mobile compatible; they require the use of additional plug-ins to run animations and videos. The world’s largest logistics company came to us with these issues. Here is how we, at CommLab India, solved their challenge.
Organizations convert their legacy eLearning courses to the HTML format so that they can be mobile compatible. When these courses are aimed at their customers and external stakeholders, organizations prefer courses which reflect their brand to reinforce identify and foster their brand image.
Legacy course conversion is a lengthy process, with a number of tasks. The checklist shared in this post will help you avoid unwanted delays and also prevents unnecessary concerns. So, it’s better to make a checklist to figure out what comes first. This mechanism helps you refurbish legacy courses faster, by avoiding missing out anything in the conversion process.
Video-based learning (VBL) is a great approach to engage learners in online courses. But, most videos facilitate one-way knowledge transfer; you never really know whether your learners are actively learning from them. Then how can you ensure your learners are fully engaged?
How is interaction possible in online learning without the presence of an instructor? How can you involve your learners actively in the online learning activity? If you are a training manager, all these questions are familiar to you by now. However, these questions recurring in different ways.
How do I balance my training priorities versus budget? This is the most sought question in our learning conferences. Almost all training managers had faced this challenge one time or the other. Now, many training managers are experiencing a crunch in their L&D budgets. However, managements’ expectations didn’t change; as usual, they always expect maximum results from minimum budgets. In this context, I reveal seven stunning secrets to maximize your training impact, with minimum budgets.
Businesses, the world over, recognized the importance of training, and have therefore started investing in training activities. However, most of them are not properly tailored to business needs and employee roles, without second thoughts on Return on Investment (ROI). Then, how can they become winning training programs? As a training manager, you want to simplify the process of developing best training programs. Well, we simplified the procedure to ensure your employee training is a smashing success in nine easy ways.
Learner engagement in online courses is always a challenge for training managers. Though online courses are the combination of text, images, and static graphics, learners may often lose their focus for a number of reasons. However, you can get the attention of learners using animations, instead of boring static graphics.