Organizations spend their efforts, time, and finances on training employees. However, do they really know the outcome of their training initiatives? In an organization’s context, learning effectiveness is measuring how learning translates into work and productivity, and thereby, growth in the business. Assessments are one of the best ways to measure the learning outcomes of online training and ILT sessions.
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.
Microlearning is ideal for training the learner of the 21st century, whose ability to focus effectively is very limited. What is the best way to use microlearning?
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.
Are you planning to outsource your e-learning development project to India? You need to partner with a good technology-enabled learning solutions provider to make the most of your outsourcing initiative. Here is the list of 8 features you should look for when making a choice.
Many organizations are using videos to connect with customers, provide them support, and educate them on their products. Videos clearly address the pain points of customers and demonstrate key features of the product, in a concise and easy-to-understand manner.
Most of us know that developing a brand identity is not an easy task. To delve deeper, it takes a lot of planning, dedication, and determination to create an online branding which will stand good in the long run. Developing an eLearning course which has your company branding will help build your brand and make it well known.
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?
We all love stories. Stories are such a significant part of our lives that they have always been used as a powerful medium to motivate, inspire, and educate people.
Instructional designers often use stories in online courses to engage learners. However, the story has to be relevant for learners to connect to it and learn.
Presenting complex content in a simple way is nothing less than a nightmare for instructional designers. They often have to come up with new ideas to help learners understand complex content quickly. In such cases, infographics come to the rescue of instructional designers. They help present complex content in a visually appealing manner, which learners can grasp easily, at a glance.