Periodically measuring the ROI on your training programs is very crucial, to ensure that the efforts you put in training your learners do not go in vain. Feedback could range from frequent pre-assessments, post-assessments, and assessment, to feedback from managers. It is essential because an untrained employee can take up to 6 times longer to perform a task, than a trained employee.
Learning has witnessed a drastic shift from traditional methods to e-learning. The demand for
e-Learning is on the rise. Hence, e-Learning professionals must stay in tune with a plethora of professional resources. One of the most useful resources that stands out from the rest is, TED Talks – they have something for everyone.
Modern organizations have found traditional sales onboarding NOT very effective and have started leveraging videos. Video provides the following benefits, to name a few:
What comes to your mind first, when you hear the word ‘gamification’?
Rewards? Game mechanics? Just fun? Rules?
Gamification is not just about rewards, fun, or rules.
Martin is the training manager of the company XYZ. He is busy packing as he is flying to another state to train employees. There are 10 states he has to visit (in a month), to train employees. The overall budget allocated for this training is one million dollars.
Hi there! We’ve bagged a project from a new stakeholder! We received the raw content and decided to use XYZ authoring tool. Work started with great enthusiasm. After a lot of effort, we developed a highly interactive course with an awesome UI design, colorful and creative Infographics and images.
An assessment is the measurement of learners’ achievement of the learning outcomes. The purpose of assessments is to evaluate the learner and reinforce learning. Assessments also serve as a means to organize a course by providing a transition between major sections.
Are your employees’ pre-learning and post-learning levels almost the same?
Do your corporate learners lack motivation or enthusiasm during the training course?
Are your learners mere passive observers of the course?
In my earlier blog, we have seen 4 awesome tips from our in-house e-learning experts that help create a good e-learning design. Several other aspects also have a fair share in making your e-learning design better. They help reduce distractions and develop learner-friendly e-learning courses.
You have created an impressive user interface for an e-learning course and presented the content using good interactivities and scenarios, but the reports show that the course was not effective. Why?
Is it because of the visual design, rich visuals, interactivities, scenarios, or other elements? No! It’s mostly because of poor e-learning design.