Collaborative learning allows learners to become fully engaged in their learning experience, and acquire information more effectively. When employees see that a training program is actually helping them increase their skills meaningfully, their willingness to participate in the program increases exponentially.
After you have spent considerable time and effort selecting the right LMS for your organization, you should leave no stone unturned while actually implementing it. Training managers need to understand the features of the LMS and tally them with the needs of the organization.
You devote countless hours to fine-tuning your online training strategy and rolling out your new courses; but how well are these courses really serving your performance goals and business objectives? One of the many benefits of online training is that it allows you to collect valuable feedback about the pros and cons of any given course. Based on this, you can modify or change your content to increase the value of your course. The evaluation of training impact and effectiveness is vital for the continuous improvement of your training program. This evaluation makes sure that your training always remains relevant and that you get the most out of your training budget.
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
This oft-quoted saying of Benjamin Franklin holds true in many areas of life, and especially when it comes to e-learning courses. Text, audio, and assessments, all play a vital role in successful learning, but with simulations, you can go one step further.
E-learning is the ideal solution to train a global workforce, consistently and simultaneously. If your development team is hard pressed for time or if you lack the technical expertise needed to develop these online courses, it would be beneficial for you to outsource your eLearning development.
August 15 – a day that will be etched forever in the annals of India’s history. On this day, 70 years ago, the South Asian country broke the yoke of colonialism and achieved independence. It is the day when an ancient civilization was transformed into a modern nation.
We are often under the false impression that including amazing content and creative instructional design strategies will take care of the learner-friendliness of a course. However, we need to remind ourselves that eLearning is all about learners, and the way they learn. Fancy frills and attractive visuals won’t go a long way if learners are disengaged with the course.
Gamification – an online training paradigm that has caught the imagination of the corporate training world. Over the last few years, the number of companies using gamified eLearning solutions has increased at a feverish pace, and there are no indications that this trend will slow down.
Stop! Don’t chuck that old training PPT – especially if it still contains training-worthy information that your learners can use. It’s okay to move to online learning with rapid eLearning development, and take your existing PPTs with you. Here’s why, when, and how you can take your PPTs with you – thanks to rapid eLearning development.
Danny is an eLearning developer working in a reputed pharmaceutical company. Recently, his boss asked him to develop an online course that teaches their sales reps how to respond effectively to customer queries.
Chris is an online course developer in a multinational financial services company. A few days ago, he was told to come up with a self-paced technology-enabled learning resource to improve the decision-making skills of employees, who have been promoted to managerial roles.