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Likert-Type Scales: Examples, Samples and Information

Kapp Notes

If you are doing a formative or summative evaluation of instruction or doing a needs assessment or a program evaluation, sooner or later you are going to need a Likert-type scale. You also may have a question about using odd or even numbers in the Likert-Type Scale, here is some insight on that. Here are several types of scales that you might find handy. Also, here is an article about preparing a Likert Scale. Here is a link to a page that has some templates that might be helpful. Finally, are you really pronouncing "Likert" correctly. I'll bet not.

3 Engaging Samples of Gamified E-learning Developed in 2016

CommLab India

In this blog, we will highlight three gamified samples developed this year. When given information directly about customers, learners may not recall it in actual situations. But when the same information is presented in a gamified format, employees retain the information better and longer. eLearning Design game based learning gamified e-learning samples

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

It’s based on TiddlyWiki , a lightweight information management tool. Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background.

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

It’s based on TiddlyWiki , a lightweight information management tool. Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background.

eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging

eLearningArt

One of the ways I become a better eLearning designer is by finding good examples and trying to replicate the elements I like. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course. View the sample course. Yukon was bold in selecting a compliance course as an example and kudos to them for showing us a better approach. Well done!

How to Convince Higher Ups That “Fun” eLearning Is Good Business

Bottom-Line Performance

We use examples from real projects to help you uncover the best way to meet these challenges in your organization. Here are some examples: An illustrated example. The example below is from the Building Evacuation course we developed for Roche Diagnostics. A photo-driven example. This course focuses on keeping equipment and information safe when “mobile.”.

Interesting Information about MOOCs—An Infographic

Kapp Notes

I’ve taken a MOOC and found it interesting but I was not motivated enough to complete the activities or finish the course, but that’s only a sample size of one. This was sent to me by Muhammad Saleem. The infographic takes a closer look at reasons why some professors and academics remain unconvinced. I think the hype is a little over the top in terms of impact on education. To me, the future is always “and” not “or” the question is not…”Are MOOCs going to replace traditional university courses?” Content Guide

Presentation does matter!

Raptivity

However, we should also realize and accept this fact that we retain visually presented information [.]. eLearning Software interactive learning PowerPoint rapid learning raptivity compelling learning experience effective learning high content retention Rapid interactivity samples series of blogs visually richWe talk about evoking high content retention among the learners.

Examples and Samples of Game Design Documents

Kapp Notes

Here is a collection of several game design documents and information about game design documents. These samples will give you some ideas. Chris Taylor Game Design Document Sample : As the web site says, "for all of you who have ever wondered what they look like or need one for your own personal game project, check out Dungeon Siege creator Chris Taylor's example" Example Blank Design Document : This one is simple and too the point, not much detail but it will get you stared. But how to write one? Game Design Document: Play with Fire. Document for Ant Game.

Remembering Jay Cross and His Work

Experiencing eLearning

Someone asked me recently about what makes a thought leader, and Jay was one of the first people I mentioned as an example. He was the guru of informal learning who pushed us to think outside of the traditional model of formal courses and training. What better way to remember him than with a small sampling of his own ideas? Formal and Informal Learning. Conversation.

8 eLearning Quiz Design Tips

eLearningArt

I’ve written before about using an informal tone. But informal tone (and humor) can be a big improvement to the user experience. For this course, terms like “outtie” and “shiv” and their use in a sample sentence made me laugh. Tone: Informal and fun. eLearning examples. Jackie is always creating cool examples and sharing them on her blog.

The Surge of Corporate Training Videos: 6 Styles to Engage Your Learners

Dashe & Thomson

For example, the new level of video quality from news sources like The New York Times is drastically different than a 6 o’clock news format. companies with annual sales exceeding $500 million characterize video as both a “critical information source" and as a medium that drives employees to take action. Video is a powerful teaching tool, even outside the L&D world.

Analogies are like Informal Mnemonics

Bottom-Line Performance

In this award-winning (if I do say so myself) sample , we use water as an analogy to teach the surprisingly complex topic of electricity. Analogies have been a source of great amusement for me this past wee k. Analogies can be very helpful in learning, if they’re used correctly. Learning games use analogies all time. Anne Derreberry talks about games that mirror reality (like a flight simulator) and others that teach through metaphor (like World of Warcraft as a leadership training lab). Either can. Analogies can be useful in classroom training, too. Explain the nuances.

I Believe in the Value of Sharing

Tom Spiglanin

Proprietary information must be steadfastly protected, such as organizational knowledge, unique processes, trade secrets, products in development, and intellectual property, among others. Sample social sharing options (from YouTube). A great deal of information can be shared under many circumstances, as long as the aggregate knowledge doesn’t give away proprietary information.

How to support informal learning

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Cross is a champion of informal learning, Web 2.0, They are currently refining informal/web 2.0 His published works include Informal Learning : Rediscovering the Natural Pathways that Inspire Innovation and Performance as well as other books and countless articles. Every day, thousands of people read his blogs, Internet Time and Informal Learning Blog. Interview.

A Different Approach to Adult Learning Design

Raptivity

I could map all these characteristics to a sample we recently created for a prospect. The sample was based around ‘The benefits of eLearning’. Here are some things which mapped to what Rick Stated: 1) The company was creating strategic plans for next year and the sample had an immediate value in that discussion. So how do adults learn?

The One Simple Tool You Can Use to Help Select the Right Learning Management System

Absorb LMS

The proposals you do receive will contain information that in no way helps you select the right learning management system. Every once in a while, I receive from a prospective customer a short, elegant, Request for Information ( RFI ). In addition, the information received from the vendors can be easily compared and scored. Select the Learner Progress Report.

A Mobile Learning Decision Path for Instructional Designers tasked with developing #mLearning [Download]

mLearning Revolution

Sample Project Requirements (Use-Cases) … 9. Sample Project 1—Information Awareness Training … 10. Sample Project 2—Boarding Officer Support for Rules & Regulations … 11. Sample Project 1—Supplementing Initial Requirements … 22. Sample Project 2—Supplementing Initial Requirements … 23. Project Description … 1.

How to Improve Learning Outcomes With Performance Support

Social Learning

Fortunately, performance support systems have received more attention in recent years, thanks to a broader trend toward informal learning strategies. Here’s a quick sampling of the performance support options available: Job aids, quick reference guides and tip sheets qualify as performance support. Scavenger hunts for information. In Summary.

Creating and Evaluating Informal & Social Learning Processes in a Call Center

Big Dog, Little Dog

I recently received this comment on my post, Using Kirkpatrick's Four Levels to Create and Evaluate Informal & Social Learning Processes : “What do you do when the "learners" are new hires? For example: Our goal is to convert interested callers into extremely satisfied and delighted customers. Quickly and accurately find product information.

Better Productivity with Raptivity: A Story of Customer Centricity

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

Here are some examples. Users found it a chore to delete sample content from interaction templates before adding their own. They needed the sample the first couple of times, but later on they wanted a way to start with a clean slate. Raptivity now shows helpful information such as recommended image size, sound bit rate, video format, size, frame rate etc alongside the customization window. When Yehudi Menuhin was asked: "What has music taught you?" he replied: "It has taught me to listen." It is no different with product design. The Raptivity 6.5

How to Write Good Assessment Questions

Association eLearning

For example, if the learner needs to put steps in order a sequencing question fits better than a multi-choice question. Introduce new information during an assessment or knowledge check. For example, option “B” is always correct. In other cases, a project or piece of sample work can be submitted. “Can someone explain this question to me? I don’t know what it’s asking.”.

Gamification vs Game-Based Learning: What’s the Difference?

Knowledge Guru

For example, a game’s mechanics are the rules and procedures that guide the player and the game response to the player’s moves or actions. Here are 12 elements often used to gamify content: Gamification Examples. Take a look at a few of these samples: This curriculum included an illustrated map of the business process that was used to gamify the course. Register. Gamification.

A Training Professional Seeks a Yoga Practice

Allison Rossett

For example, see gamifying, systematizing, and disambiguating.) A sampling: “No, not quite.” Antonia was concerned that she wasn’t doing it right, that, for example, she wasn’t sending energy into her toes in the proper fashion. Blog posting Informal Learning instructional design personal growth standards Training + Development Malinka. EFFORTING.

5 Steps to Scripting Great Microlearning Videos

ExpandShare

For example, if you are using a microlearning video to retrain some restaurant employees on washing their hands, focus tightly on a small chunk of information. Show the process, the procedure, the information. Here's an example. If you're just trying to convey information, then avoid distractions. Or better yet, use a sample group of your audience to see which content is more effective at reaching your learning objective. Check out a Sample microTuneUp if you want to see microlearning in action. Video is great for m. Step 1: Be Focused.

Show Your Work!

E-learning Uncovered

When we teach our e-learning development courses, our students ALWAYS ask where they can go to see additional samples of a certain technique or authoring tool. The more instructional designers are able to share ideas, high-quality examples, and innovations, the more we can push ourselves and each other forward. But having a wide variety of online samples from a number of sources can be another — sometimes easier — way to get on the same page about what you want. And it makes you a more informed consumer, as well, of what’s available in the marketplace.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Performance Learning Productivity

These include samples in China, India and Singapore and for female leaders, since the original samples of executives in the early 80s were mostly male. They are 70-22-8, 56-38-6 (women), 48-47-5 (middle level), 73-16-11 (global sample), 60-33-7, 69-27-4 (India), 65-33-2 (Singapore) and 68-25-7 (China). This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill. Bob agreed.

The 70:20:10 Model – Today, Tomorrow & Beyond

Learnnovators

Charles: We now know that people learn more about their work informally than they do formally. So we are seeing increasing interest in social and informal learning. Of course, structured learning approaches can support social and informal, but social and informal learning don’t need structured processes to happen. The Council sampled more than 1500 people in 53 organisations across the globe. More and more work involves dealing with tacit information, and less and less work involves purely transactional work. What are some interesting examples?

Tech Tuesday: Translating mLevel Events to xAPI Statements

mLevel

Specifically, as you can see in the JSON snippet below, mLevel captures the information around the user’s score data as well as simple events such as a GameStart, QuestionDisplayed, CorrectAnswer, etc. If you were to look at the statement itself, and not the raw-JSON as shown above, you might see something like: Sample Agent answered Multi Part Activity with the attachment [link].

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How to create a memorable mini-scenario

Making Change

Often we’re told, “Put this information into a course.” ” But what happens if we put the information into a job aid instead, and then design mini-scenarios that help learners use the job aid? Example. We’re tempting the learner to respond without thinking, but we’ve also given them access to more information. Why did we do this?

How to create a memorable mini-scenario

Making Change

Often we’re told, “Put this information into a course.” ” But what happens if we put the information into a job aid instead, and then design mini-scenarios that help learners use the job aid? Example. We’re tempting the learner to respond without thinking, but we’ve also given them access to more information. Why did we do this?

Industry Report: Too Much Training; Not Enough Learning

The Peformance Improvement

The 2015 study has 777 respondents which is typically a good size sample from a statistical standpoint but I would question the reliability of this data given that it’s not a random sample. If we are to truly understand learning in organizations, we need a better picture of the informal and "pull" ways in which employees learn. I would expect the margin of error to be high.

Printing Slides in Articulate Storyline 2

eLearning Brothers

All of this information is included in the source files that you can download here. The sample Storyline file mentioned in the video will be coming shortly and added to this blog once uploaded. You can also follow him on Twitter or connect with him on LinkedIn for additional tips and examples. This widget provides an easy way to introduce this functionality to your course.

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eLearningArt

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