Learning Management Systems have been playing an important role in planning, developing and managing trainings in most organizations in recent times. LMSs help
- Centralize & automate administration of training (classroom & online)
- Assemble & deliver learning content rapidly
- Enable reuse of knowledge and learning modules
Despite its advantages, many learning and development professionals express their unhappiness when it comes to the performance of their LMS.
Want to design effective training that reduces the performance gaps and help improve productivity? Are you getting started with e-learning development? But, not sure whether enough resources are available. Want to know which authoring tool best suits your e-learning development requirement?
What are the criteria that you need to consider while selecting an authoring tool? As a learning and training expert, we know that we align our training strategy based on the subject matter and audience requirements. When technology in the form of authoring tools becomes a part of the training process i.e. when developing eLearning courses, we have to ensure that it is in sync with the overall strategy we have envisioned for the training program. How do we do it?
Social Media has transformed the way employees can access both static and real time dynamic information. Companies are able to share information about process updates, new product launches, industry trends and much more in matter of few seconds to larger groups including employees and customers.
It is now a common knowledge that mobile learning is the use of mobile technology to transfer knowledge. Organizations are tapping its potential in reaching out to their staff who spend time on the field such as sales people, service engineers and so on.
Does completion of an eLearning course hosted on the company’s intranet or LMS, complete the individual’s learning process? We know that, given the current dynamic business environment and market competition, learning needs to be an ongoing process. In this context, can a couple of isolated eLearning courses hosted online aid in continuous learning?
What happens when individuals wish to discuss, share and learn from each other’s experiences after completing an eLearning course? What are the avenues open to them?
Rapid authoring tools have enabled learning professionals to have more control over the online courses they would like to develop.They help in developing courses quickly with existing resources and are cost effective in the long run.
As a learning professional, you must have heard a lot about collaborative learning. Is this some kind of a panacea for all learning and training needs? Collaborative training is not something new. It has always been there, particularly when projects required close working among team members. It has come under the spotlight these days, because of its enhanced potential, given the technological landscape and possibilities.
Mobile learning solutions are focused on sharing knowledge that finds immediate application. In this context, how can organizations use mobile learning for providing just-in-time training to their employees?
When training your channel partners or company sales people on new product launch, you would consider covering the following: