by RK Prasad
Blended learning (also known as hybrid or mixed-mode) combines classroom instruction with online methods. It can help you launch eLearning, it can help you make classroom courses more cost effective, and it can provide many other benefits, including better results. Here are some ideas to get you started.
What is most important to creation of excellent, engaging video for eLearning? Is it technology? Is it budget? Actually, it’s the style, the story, and the out-of-the-box thinking that go into the video. And to get those elements, you need a muse. Here’s how to find yours.
Engaged employees are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work and workplace, and this makes a bottom-line difference. But most employees today are either not engaged or are actively disengaged. While there is no single easy-to-find solution for disengagement, there are ideas and practical advice for managers in this article.
by J.P. Medved
Gamification and game-based learning are hot topics in the learning and development field. Capterra and TalentLMS recently conducted a study of learning management systems (LMSs) that incorporated gamification features in order to gain a better understanding of the way those features are being used, and whether they are effective. Here is a summary of their findings.
Are we adopting video too quickly? Streaming video is a provocative communication tool and among the most appreciated by students. But we lack key insights about what actually happens once the video is released, and we have filled many of those insight gaps with assumptions. Have we been wrong?
by Bucky Dodd
What does it mean to be an innovative eLearning professional? In an industry where innovation is a popular buzzword and change is the only constant, how can eLearning professionals embrace opportunities to innovate and create sustained value and growth within their organizations? That critical question shapes the future of our profession, and this article provides answers.
A gamified approach that provides employees with questions in quizzes during the work day motivates them to engage with content on a regular basis. Adapting the question frequency and content according to the employee’s previous success further enhances learning. Many training programs have shown the effectiveness of this method. Here’s how they did it at Bloomingdale’s, a retail setting.
by David James
The challenge of mobile learning isn’t about getting learning content onto mobile devices. It’s about getting that content to employees where they are and capitalizing on their digital content consumption habits. Mobile content consumption is more about finding things out and preparing to perform than about learning. Here are some insights into executing mobile learning strategy at scale.
This is an update to the original article published in Learning Solutions Magazine July 8, 2013. That article has had over 170,000 page views, so evidently readers are finding it useful! However, technology changes, so we decided to revise and re-publish.
Which features of rapid eLearning development programs would novice eLearning developers likely use and which ones they would be less likely to use? Here is a case study conducted to answer that question and to learn what components of the rapid eLearning development programs novice eLearning developers do value, and why.