Tracking learner progress is a big hurdle in mobile learning. You will want to see how long they spent on each course, and how they fared in the assessments. All this information can be tracked by an LMS using SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model), a set of e-learning technical standards.
In collaborative learning, people gain knowledge through interactions and the exchange of information in groups. It is also referred to as cooperative learning.
In the article “Social software: E-learning beyond learning management systems”, Christian Dalsgaard of the Institute of Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark, says online learning needs to “engage students in an active use of the web as a resource for their self-governed, problem-based and collaborative activities .”
According to a survey by Gartner, 55% to 75% of all ERP implementations do not provide the desired results. What could be the reason behind it? It is ineffective ERP end-user training. According to statistics, one of the challenges related to successful ERP implementations is lack of quality end-user training. It is a known fact that lack of training to end-users, will render the software application of no use to the company.
Do you wish to develop an e-learning course that captivates your audiences? Would you like to ensure your people instantly connect with the content of your course? Are you looking to delight your learners with your online course? Well, you need to use a proven instructional technique – storytelling.
Many companies roll out e-learning programs for their employees spread across the world. In certain cases, a standard course developed in English might be enough to cater to the learning needs effectively. But for certain training programs, it is preferable to translate the courses into the languages learners are proficient in. Accurate comprehension of content is crucial for effective knowledge transfer in certain critical training programs. Let’s see the courses that need to be translated in the infographic.
Videos are the learning medium of the moment. They are informative and focus on visually enhancing content. Even in e-learning, videos are key tools and used extensively to share dull information or demonstrate tasks not possible in a classroom and capture learner’s interest. Videos are flexible and play on all devices.
Today, training has become vital for an organization’s success. With the increasing demand for training, and global expansion, the role of the training manager is changing.
“People expect to be bored by eLearning – let’s show them it doesn’t have to be like that!” – Cammy Bean
How can you develop a top-notch online course that enthralls your people? What are the aspects you need to focus on to create learner delight? Well, before you commence the development of your online course, you need to ask yourself 5 important questions. Here is an info-graphic that lists them and explains why you need to find the right answers to the questions.
There are many types of rapid authoring tools in the market but Articulate storyline is most popular among them (survey by eLearning guild in 2013).This is because it is very easy to use and comes with many in-built interactivities. What is more – the tool is highly customizable.
We need to bring learning to people instead of people to learning. – Elliot Masie
How can you impart highly effective training that helps your people perform better? What does it take to equip your staff with the needed knowledge and skills in an engaging manner? How can you get the best ROI of your training dollar? Well, you need to go in for technology-enabled learning. Here is an info-graphic that explains how the use of technology in training yields better results.