In recent years, the demand for online videos has increased considerably and the trend shows no signs of abating. A study by Cisco showed that videos would make up 82% of all IP traffic, by 2020. The phenomenal growth in the popularity of these digital media elements has given a huge impetus to the adoption of video-based learning by the corporate world. Today, we will examine how videos help train workforce effectively.
Training employees according to their changing needs is the biggest challenge for training managers. Engaging their interest is another issue. How can organizations ensure employees take up online courses with interest, and not just because they are mandatory?
Digital technologies have permanently changed the way we access knowledge and information. Are our organizations keeping pace with these changes in the way they train and build the knowledge or skills of their employees? Most have already begun to do so but there may be others who are taking baby steps.
Digital resources a learning nuggets, are shaking up the foundation of traditional learning and leaving the boundaries of time zones, flawed teaching, and budgets behind, making learning a truly global affair. Digital resources like simulations, models, graphics, animations, quizzes, games, e-books, and e-notes are making learning more accessible, engaging, and contextualized.
A lot of organizations make it mandatory for their employees to take up e-learning trainings for a certain number of hours, every year. It’s obvious that these employees lose interest in taking the traditional courses after some time. So, how can we overcome this problem and make employees take these courses with interest, and not just because they are mandatory?
Technology has changed every aspect of our lives. With the advent of cheaper and more efficient options, its impact is only set to increase. Technology has also changed the learning and teaching process to a great extent.
Online course designers often focus on tasks such as framing good learning objectives, incorporating the right interactivities, and creating assessments. While these are important, they also need to provide their learners material for further learning to ensure effective adaptation of knowledge. And, most online learning materials are presented in the form of e-books.
Do you have stacks of documents in the PDF format, each running into hundreds of pages? Are you looking to convert them into good e-learning materials that can be accessed easily by your people? Well, you can convert each of the PDF documents into an e-learning curriculum, comprising several microlearning modules to train your people effectively. Let us see how.