In Part 1 of this blog, we discussed the initial steps of e-learning implementation in large organizations such as managing employee resistance to this new mode of training, choosing appropriate topics for training, and sourcing content. Further steps for successful e-learning implementation will be discussed in this blog.
Blended learning is the combination of face-to-face and online learning. The synchronous learning strategy of the classroom is blended with the asynchronous mode of online learning to provide an ideal, enriching learning experience.
Large organizations turn to e-learning to train their employees, considering the advantages it offers over conventional training methods. Training managers however, are aware that implementing e-learning comes with its own set of challenges.
Ryan, the training manager of a manufacturing firm was excited because he had obtained management buy-in to roll out e-learning to train his employees. Ryan had meticulously analyzed the training needs and was convinced e-learning could best meet these needs. He had even chalked a plan for e-learning implementation.
For a business organization to succeed, it is important to focus on the training and development of its employees. Before the advent of web-based training or e-learning, training employees involved devising a training plan, hiring trainers, and getting employees together at one place. Organizations today are eager to embrace e-learning, considering the advantages it offers, to deliver training to their employees.
Lectora, by Trivantis, is the go-to solution for e-learning developers whenever they need to develop courses rapidly. This tool makes the conversion of legacy courses easy and the good news is Trivantis released the latest version of Lectora, Lectora 17 in December 2016. The latest version is packed with exciting features; let us look at them in this blog.
Adobe Captivate 8 is a popular authoring tool among e-learning developers because it offers versatile features that are conducive to create exciting e-learning courses.
With rapid authoring tools ruling the roost in e-learning creation, as an e-learning developer, you will look for the best authoring tool to design your course. There are many rapid authoring tools out there, so how will you know what to choose? This post is our endeavor to help you in this tricky area. We will compare two major rapid authoring tools – Articulate Storyline 2 and Lectora 17.
Before attempting anything new or purchasing something, it is human tendency to want to try out a sample. The same is the case with e-learning. When you are developing a course, you would first like to see a sample or prototype of the course, wouldn’t you?
Many organizations are now choosing virtual training to train their globally dispersed employees and keep them on par with latest industry trends. Virtual training involves a ‘virtual’ classroom where an instructor or facilitator trains people not physically present in the classroom but in remote locations. So it is possible to train a large number of employees at the same time. Participants need not be in one remote location, they can be globally dispersed and are connected through the web.