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FAQ: How Do You Manage the Graphics in Your E-Learning Course?

Rapid eLearning

The problem is that I have to dig through the previous course assets to find the image. I’ve been on the road a lot lately doing elearning workshops and Articulate jam sessions. After the sessions I usually get some really good questions that are probably common to many of us. Today, we’ll look at how to manage the images used in elearning courses. Do what works best for you and your team.

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What specifically is e-learning good for?

Clive on Learning

Tutorials which develop problem-solving and decision-making skills, using case studies, scenarios and other forms of interactivity. Games and simulations As a form of guided discovery learning, allowing learners to gain insights into problem-solving and decision-making principles, e.g. project management, business strategy, marketing. As tools for problem-solving and reflection. E-assessments To check knowledge, understanding and, to a more limited extent, problem-solving and decision-making skills, against specific objectives.

Will e-learning put me out of a job?

Clive on Learning

That's a problem if you have a team of classroom trainers who only really want to be classroom trainers. After last week's ' Why is e-learning so unpopular? ', I turn today to another question I am frequently asked by l&d people: 'Will e-learning put me out of a job?' In fact, when I think about it, the question is only rarely asked, but is frequently considered. And you can understand why. In most occupations in which technology has had an important influence - and that means most of them - it has proved a highly disruptive influence. In some ways this has already occurred.

6 benefits of social & collaborative learning


Ask questions and receive answers at the point of need: we know we have a problem to solve as in occurs in real time, and ideally we need an answer to solve it at that moment. Asking questions and testing solutions on actual problems in real time is the best way to learn a procedure. #3. Learning is an experience, everything else is just information” Albert Einstein. Coach.

2016 eLearning Hype Curve Predictions

Web Courseworks

Part of the problem is that supporting MOC use cases currently requires customization of your learning platforms: there is no out-of-the-box solution for all parts of MOC. Quick hits: Self-service software support: Every mature software product needs a knowledge base, FAQs, and a user community. Here’s the short version. Below the fold, find the long version. eventually.

Avatars in eLearning: Best Practices

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

Last but not the least, avatar should be used for a specific purpose, such as online guide, answering FAQ, explaining a process, guiding learners during branching scenarios, etc. Do you agree with the adoption problems we have cited? Avatars are interactive animated pedagogical agents. A life-like ‘human’ interface makes the learning experience more ‘real’. What tools do you use?

E-learners Perspective: What Type of Technology-aided Learning Do They Prefer?


In addition, many self-paced e-courses also have other built in resources like Glossary of Words, FAQs and Help menu to guide learners within the course. The only problem is that many learners may not have the bandwidth or even the hardware to support all the functions of a VCR and thus this model is still not feasible for all audiences. e-Learning

If the User Experience Annoys, Fix It.

Association eLearning

If the course expects the learner to do something, but the learner doesn’t know that, there’s a problem. Or you may want to add a “Help” or “FAQ” screen to the course itself. I had a bad user experience (UX) at a dollar store a while back. I’m not talking about customer service, but actual UX design. I swiped my card into the card reader to pay. It was on the other end of the keypad.

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Microlearning and Adult Learning Go Hand In Hand

CommLab India

Every microlearning session, with its short and precise modules, offers a solution to an existing problem. One of our clients required us to design an online training program to train their employees on a HRM tool for which they had a lot of FAQs. We suggested microlearning would be the best option and developed each FAQ into a microlearning module. Shoot one at a time!’

Using Blended Learning to Address the Five Moments of Need

Origin Learning

When things go wrong (Problem Solving). Here, the focus should be on bite-sized resources such as ‘How to’ videos and modules, FAQs, product summaries, etc. When things go wrong (Problem Solving). Problems that employees encounter could be routine or unexpected. The Five Moments of Need. Learning More (More). Applying what you’ve learned (Apply). Like our post ?

Have You Thought of Video-based Training for Your Customers?

CommLab India

Don’t you think, you could also use videos to inspire, engage, and educate your customers and help them solve their problems? Troubleshooting: When a product does not work, or when there is a problem, the first place that a customer goes to is the official website online. Having a list of troubleshooting videos, over and above the typical FAQs would certainly be a good idea.

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How Do Top Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) Providers Boost User Adoption Rates?

WalkMe Training Station

Promoting self-service also saves you money — a customer solving his/her own problem is cheaper than the cost of an employee dealing with the issue. Walk-throughs were built around these FAQs, which, when launched, show users step-by-step how to complete these processes. As an ATS provider, you know that the competition is pretty stiff out there. Eliminate User Confusion.

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OSHA Regulations and You


General FAQ: Having and using these resources that are available to you for immediate use will quell any questions and problems you might have regarding general and specific OSHA questions. If you are an employer, own a company, or occupy a high position within the labor-force, chances are that you have dealt with OSHA. Probably not. Safety Posts

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Top 5 PowerPoint Design Tips for Trainers


How to Solve PowerPoint’s 3 Biggest Problems with Presentations. So we put together our own go-to FAQ section. It’s indispensable, it’s maddening. It’s revolutionary, it’s boring. It’s every training designer’s best friend and worst enemy — PowerPoint. But, as is the case with any such tool, its value lies in how its used. Or a poster?

Impact of informal learning: output learning #LCBQ

Challenge to Learn

You encounter a problem in the workspace , then you set your learning objectives (that lead to tackling the negative effect of the problem), determine the requirements that set the boundaries for that solution and then the worker/learner is free to solve his problem anyway he wants, as long as he stays within the boundaries set by the requirements. How do you measure it?

Better Support with Snagit: 4 Tips to Make Your Help Desk More Helpful

Visual Lounge

Solve customers’ issues before they even contact you by adding screenshots to your FAQs and getting started overviews. Describing computer issues in words can be cumbersome and confusing; a simple screenshot with an arrow pointing out the important information can be invaluable to a customer looking for a fast solution to their problem. No problem. That’s huge!

The Effective Blended Learning Strategy


For instance, you can ask the group to log on to a chat room, where they will discuss a particular problem or question that you pose, or they can share their opinions and thoughts via a social media platform. For a more efficient learner support system, develop a list of FAQs on the course’s website. Blended learning is often mixed with Instructor Led learning programs.

Eight Tips for LMS Implementation

Upside Learning

Form focus groups : Conduct focus groups with key stakeholders, key users & departments when selecting and implementing an LMS, so that the most critical needs, problems and objectives are understood and addressed. Make sure that the help desk is prepared with the necessary documentation, FAQs and other information that might be needed by the users. It’s a win-win for all.

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Authoring Tool Market – What I am seeing

eLearning 24-7

The problem has been (in the past) that the rapid content authoring tools have avoided adding it as a component. The problem though is it is extremely basic. And I’m sorry a FAQ or glossary interaction is not what I had in mind. Another vendor includes a FAQ under gamification – why not give everyone a free rock with that? The magic 8 ball is a fun item to use. Sure, you have the same probability of forecasting by tossing a penny in the air, but for some folks the magic 8 ball is a soothsayer. For my forecasts, the magic 8 ball does not apply. How basic?

Over 150 Free Fonts to Use in Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

The only problem with that is you have to download them one by one. Google’s FAQ. Many of us are on a limited budget. So when there’s an opportunity to get something for free I’m all for taking advantage of it. So today, we’ll look at how to get 174 free fonts from Google. Quick Overview. In the past when you wanted to display text on a web page you had some limitations.


How To Build a Serious Game: Part 1


This is where serious instructions become a game: decision making and problem solving. Alternately, provide a drop-down menu of FAQs. “ A game is a series of interesting choices.”- ”- Sid Meier (legendary game designer) How can a serious game be developed using instruction design and game design principles? Time Pressure is a dynamic. Sensation: as sense-pleasure.


The Smart Worker : relies on a trusted network of friends and colleagues

Jane Hart

In recent postings I focused on how L&D can support the content needs of the Smart Worker, but in fact it is clear, that most people first try and solve their problems by calling upon the people they know to help them, so this is the topic of this posting. to solve problems and brainstorm together. The Smart Worker : needs immediate access to solutions to performance problems.

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The A to Z of eLearning Acronyms


It is a problem solving approach to learning used by instructional designers with a focus on engaging content. eLearning can be a needlessly complicated subject. As mentioned in a previous post , buzzwords and acronyms are frequently used. Here is our list of eLearning acronyms from A to Z. ADDIE . A framework of processes that instructional designers use. Authoring Tool. HRIS. HTML5.

Through the Workscape Looking Glass

Jay Cross

The problem is that the learning processes are haphazard, often a paving of the cow paths. Nurturing the Workscape requires competencies such as business problem analysis, collaboration experts, community managers, and moxie. Job aids, bookmarks, FAQs, aggregation, curation. Your Workscape is everything in your organization except the training department. Time is speeding up.

Working Smarter in Social Business

Jay Cross

You have to be learning continuously to deal with the onslaught of unfamiliar, complex problems. Social L&D optimizes learning by making it easy for workers, novices and old hands alike, to find the information they need from FAQs and knowledge bases or from coaches, experts and peers. If you’re not plugged in and running fast at work, you’re falling behind. water.

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Smarter Uses for Social Media

Association eLearning

Try posting FAQs to social media channels in advance of the event. Now that’s providing solutions before the problem. Did you know someone joins LinkedIn every second? One of those social media users is bound to be in your industry so it’s time to get smarter about how we use social media to connect to followers, members, prospects, thought leaders, and board members. Let’s be honest.

5 Knowledge Management Tools to Consider

WalkMe Training Station

Fuze Suite as one of the best knowledge management software includes features such as advanced search, discussion board, categorization/ cataloging, data management, collaboration, document management, content management, self-learning, guided problem solving, self-service portal, process management, FAQ and full text search. Its features include process management, collaboration, , advanced search, self-learning, self-service portal, full text search, FAQ, discussion board and cataloging just to mention a few. The Most important Knowledge Management Tools. Fuze Suite.

12+1 TalentLMS customizations that will improve your users’ eLearning experience


You can take advantage of this feature to advertise specific courses, provide quick access to the most common functionality, link to FAQ pages or other parts of your website, etc. No problem. Branding is undoubtedly one of the most important marketing tools a company can possess and keeping things consistent is one of the keys to its successful use. 3) Set the tone (and the language).

Giving Thanks for Built-in Templates

360 Training

Faster time to market : Sometimes the course creation work you do needs to be accomplished “at the speed of light” to address an immediate problem in the organization, or to latch on to a market opportunity. Problem solved. Check out our authoring program FAQ page for more information about becoming an author and providing courses to your internal team, selling courses yourself, or selling courses through and our network of resellers. Our international course production team typically creates thousands of hours of training per year.

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The Lonely eLearner: Creating Social Learning Anchors | Social.

Social Learning

Then you have a problem with approval codes, another help desk call. So how can we, as instructional designers and eLearning developers, avoid the problems created by eLearning-in-a-vacuum? Use the LMS or company intranet to set up a site with ask the expert discussion boards, opportunities for live chats, FAQs, and other online help resources. Fast forward about 5-6 weeks.

eFront vs TalentLMS


One problem with SaaS solutions is that the products are to a large extent standardized so it is rarely possible to make heavy customizations to the interface or functionality. This is not endemic only to eFront; this is a problem faced with almost all software products at some stage during their lifespan. Read the Yes list and the system’s FAQs. This is part 2 of our series on TalentLMS. To read part 1, please click here [link]. So, now we have two LMSs – eFront and TalentLMS. Different focus. TalentLMS has no match if you want a quick learning solution. Maturity.

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The Effective Blended Learning Strategy


For instance, you can ask the group to log on to a chat room, where they will discuss a particular problem or question that you pose, or they can share their opinions and thoughts via a social media platform. For a more efficient learner support system, develop a list of FAQs on the course’s website. Blended learning is often mixed with Instructor Led learning programs. Let’s roll our sleeves and scrutinize this phenomenon. What is the difference? Are there any similarities? What’s the perfect blend? What do you blend anyway? Take a deep breath.

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

“The best learning happens in real life with real problems and real people and not in classrooms.” He and his associates have found that focusing on problem solving stifles innovation by keeping an organization from going beyond the solution to the problem. The learner goes online when stuck for an answer; that solves his or her individual problem. It’s real.

How to Replace Top-Down Training with Collaborative Learning (3)

Jay Cross

A diverse learning library, made up of videos, FAQs and links to relevant information. Networks are not only the environment of learning; they’re also the place where problems are solved, discoveries are made, and new knowledge is created. Third post in a series. In case you missed it, here are the first and second. INFRASTRUCTURE. Technological infrastructure for social learning.