Though the market for learning and training outsourcing is doing quite well, organizations still hesitate to outsource their training requirements due to various reasons. These include concerns on the quality of work, meeting timelines and fixed budgets, information privacy and security, and language barriers and cultural issues.
Advancements in technology and changing learning trends have always contributed to taking e-learning industry to the next level. One such advancement that we see today is the use of HTML5 for e-learning course development. Let’s see the pros of HTML5 in the infographic below.
In today’s era, everything online must be short and sweet! How can you imitate these characteristics in your online training, for your sales representatives? The answer is short and simple – microlearning that facilitates training quickly. What makes microlearning so effective for sales training is that it aims to address one learning point at a time, leading to long term retention.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates, roughly 1 in 6 Americans (48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die from foodborne diseases, annually.
Are you new to online training? Do its terms sound alien? Are you looking for a comprehensive guide to the complete terminology of e-learning? Well, no worries.
Here is the third part of our infographic on the glossary of e-learning.
It is well known that e-learning is a cost-effective approach to train employees. Organizations can choose to develop in-house or rely on third party e-learning vendors to develop online courses. Companies tend to outsource for various reasons such as the lack of in-house expertise or cost advantage compared to in-house development, and more.
Over the years, e-learning has reinvented itself for contemporary audiences. From A-Z, the e-learning industry has a language all its own.
Blended learning refers to the use of technology to complement classroom sessions and strengthen the training process through the practice and application of concepts learned in the classroom.
How can you frame an effective blend of learning methodologies to train your people?
Training employees based on changing needs and preferences is the biggest challenge for training managers. They need to constantly update their knowledge of learning technologies to deliver the best experiences to their learners. One of the best ways to train employees is through videos.
The first thing you need to do before starting e-learning course development is conduct a “learner analysis”. It is very important to know who your learners are, and what they have to learn. In fact, knowledge of the target audience, their preferences and skill sets will help you tailor the presentation of the learning content to meet their specific needs and preferences.