Localization of an e-learning course is essentially adapting the content to suit local culture and preferences. Achieving effective e-learning localization can be a very expensive process. But, no worries!
Here are a few tips to achieve cost effective e-learning localization.
Are you looking for ways to deliver quick hands-on training? Or looking for ways to deliver just-in-time performance support to your employees to increase their performance? If Yes, then here is the solution – Mobile Learning.
Mobile learning or M-learning shifts the focus by providing learning anywhere, anytime, and on any device, enabling learners to learn at their own pace.
Despite its powerful features, Flash is not compatible with most smartphones and tablets. With the demand for mobile learning increasing, the incompatibility of Flash with mobile devices is a serious disadvantage.
Jim is the training manager of a large manufacturing company. Recently, the organization held a training program for its staff members on its newly-implemented ERP system. The learners participated enthusiastically in the training program, and Jim believed that the knowledge acquired in the program would help the employees perform well. But, to his dismay, the learners could not transfer the learning effectively to their jobs.
How can you deliver good online learning experiences to your people? What does it take to ensure your people access your courses seamlessly on their preferred devices? You need to focus on one important aspect – making your technology-enabled learning content responsive. Want to know why and how this will help? Check out our infographic below for the same.
A survey of business leaders at the Global Leadership Summit in London, revealed that half of an organization’s full-time workforce would be working remotely by 2020. A more recent, Gallup poll published in Feb 2017, found that 43% of corporate employees in America, worked remotely at some point of time in 2016. The number of people working remotely is increasing steadily each year.
Skills gap – a problem that is profoundly affecting the productivity of the 21st century company. A study by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) has revealed that the following skill gaps have a serious impact on American companies:
For quite some time now, the world has been harping on the impact of mobile devices on humanity.
Well, it has been established that we live in an age of mobile devices, that mobile devices rule our lives, and that most of us can’t get through the day without our mobile devices. What should this growing dependency on mobile devices mean to you, the training manager? It means that, unless you have catered for training that is accessible on mobile devices, you are at risk of losing your learners; invest in multi-device, responsive e-learning courses (created using rapid authoring tools), and you would have more than just their attention.
Tracking learner progress is a big hurdle in mobile learning. You will want to see how long they spent on each course, and how they fared in the assessments. All this information can be tracked by an LMS using SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model), a set of e-learning technical standards.
To stand firm in this heavily competitive world, organizations are expanding their market, frequently launching new products, and introducing new services. With so much to manage in so less time, they also have to train their employees quickly. E-learning authoring tools are one way you can meet the needs of training employees in quick succession. When you go online and search for authoring tools, you will be surprised to see the choices you have. So, how do you choose the right one?