Are you finding it difficult to choose the right authoring tool for your eLearning course development? With so many authoring tools available in the market, are you getting confused as to which is the exact tool that can suit your project requirement? Well, check our infographic for tips on selecting the right authoring tool.
Smartphones and tablets have established their stronghold in the everyday life of almost everyone. With their increasing processing power and functionality, smartphones are making an unparalleled impact in the way we live our lives. Naturally, they have also impacted the way we learn.
Assume that you have made the choice to invest in rapid eLearning, as part of the training program initiatives in your organization. The next big question that you will face is the choice of authoring tools for rapid eLearning development.
Having the right skill sets may get you a job, but the right behavior and attitude toward work will help you keep the job. Haven’t we heard this when we took our first step into the workforce? Years ago, I used to think that behavior is something people cannot be trained on. But, I was wrong. Technology has affected the way we work, and learn, and behavioral training is no exception.
Instructor-led training programs are too rigid for today’s fast moving millennial employees, as trainings once missed, cannot be accessed again. But, what if you have instructor-led training material, on which you have spent considerable time and money for development? Well, convert your ILT material to an e-learning course.
It is not a secret that most classroom-based training which involves technical subject matter – including training on new software applications, product training, compliance training – is missing the “engaging” factor. Not that classroom training itself is ineffective, but it has more to do with learners who are easily disengaged if there is no interactive content. This makes bringing learners to the classroom even more challenging.
Every learning environment such as classroom training, e-learning, and mobile learning, provides benefits that cannot be supplemented by another. However, each has its limitations, which can be overcome by another. We therefore recommend that organizations implement a blended learning approach that makes use of multiple learning environments.
The training landscape continues to change; old eLearning courses need to keep pace with new requirements. A lot of changes happen in your processes, new products are launched, and old products undergo changes. Your compliance team makes a lot of changes to the rules and regulations; all these changes need to be updated in your legacy courses, to make them contemporary for your contemporary audience.
If an organization has to meet business challenges, continuous learning is imperative. As a training manager, you play an important role in constantly upskilling employees or providing them with the right information at the right time. All said and done, rolling out a training program is not child’s play. There is a whole lot of time, effort, and cost that goes into designing an effective training program.
Organizations rely heavily on software applications to automate processes, increase productivity, and cut down errors. Having a software application to make your job easier is only one side of the story; the biggest hassle is to make the best use of the software. With the implementation process taking a long time, stakeholders are usually left with limited time to train the end users.