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7 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning

Obsidian Learning

New post 7 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning on Obsidian Learning. They say that knowledge is power, but it’s only powerful if your learners are able to effectively retain and recall the information when the need arises. In this article, I’ll share 7 techniques to enhance knowledge retention techniques you can take into account in your next eLearning course design.

Axonify Solves the Employee Knowledge Problem

Axonify

If you think hard, the common denominator for each of these challenges is knowledge. When employees don’t have the right knowledge, expecting them to be top performers (or even average performers) just isn’t realistic. Organizations thought the learning problem was solved when LMS solutions became ubiquitous. Learning is only the first step in the knowledge equation.

Crowd source your corporate knowledge

Challenge to Learn

I’m investigating crowd sourcing of corporate knowledge. The visionary Learning manager really believes that crowd sourcing or user generated content is the way to go. In their view it is no longer the role of the Learning and Development department to control and steer the learning and knowledge management of the employees but to facilitate it. Use cases.

I Believe in the Importance of Personal Knowledge Management

Tom Spiglanin

The answer lies across several domains of a knowledge worker’s practice. So too are our personal learning networks. These are good practices that help us grow our knowledge, but what we really need are mindful, disciplined processes for managing it on a daily basis.  What What we need is to exercise personal knowledge management, or PKM. Capturing Knowledge.

New research explores the common myths and realities around the 70:20:10 learning model

in learning and development and 1,600 learners. new approach to learning that aligns with the. reality of how their people learn and develop. organizational knowledge. many years: that people learn and retain more. that’s powered by social and informal learning. Moreover, accessibility to digital learning and. 70:20:10 learning model. Report.

Data is Not Knowledge

The Peformance Improvement

Many people make the mistake of confusing information with knowledge. Knowledge involves the interpretation of information. Knowledge involves listening. The key question we must ask ourselves is, “Are we learning anything? Are we turning that data and information into knowledge that can be applied for the betterment of our organizations?”.

Introducing Knowledge Direct NOW

Association eLearning

Digitec is now offering our award-winning learning management solution for $599 a month , with no start up fees and no contract. Digitec Interactive has been helping our association partners achieve success through learning for over 10 years by driving revenue, helping provide CME/CE credits, or increasing member value with the latest industry education. Up to 250 active users.

knowledge catalysts

Learning and Working on the Web

Curation is an important aspect of personal knowledge mastery. But we have to do something with our knowledge. People who fail to continuously learn will be replaced by machines. We can become knowledge catalysts – filtering, curating, thinking, and doing – in conjunction with others. No one can live in an ivory tower of knowledge any more.

The Advantages of Knowledge Sharing

Social Learning

One of the hardest lessons to learn growing up is how to share… how to share your toys, your candy, and maybe your room with a sibling. The post The Advantages of Knowledge Sharing appeared first on Social Learning Blog. Collaboration Tools social learning Social Media Informal Learning peer-to-peer learning Sharing social media

Move Beyond Learning to Applying: A Modern Management Development Program

1 kineo.com info@mplus.kineo.com 312-846-6656 Hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years since the term “eLearning” entered the corpo- rate learning lexicon. learning nuggets. or “very ready” in learning and development in. Learning. just on learning but on learning and doing. In short, marketers have learned to identify. learned back on the job.

Curated Insights: Why knowledge sharing at work is a good thing

Axonify

Knowledge sharing has always been an important part of the workplace. If this sounds familiar, it’s time for your organization to explore best practices and implement technology that will put the knowledge employees need at their fingertips. Here are my curated insights on knowledge sharing for May 2016: 5 reasons your employees aren’t sharing their knowledge from JD Dillon.

Opening up #learning: Access to knowledge

Learning with e's

Learning is opening up like never before. Open learning was originally used to describe the opening up on education to previously disenfranchised individuals - those who had not followed the traditional pathways to education. Soon there were open colleges, and open learning centres, and then open software appeared - software that could be shared and developed by anyone.

Bottom-Line Performance Wins Three 2014 Brandon Hall Awards for its Knowledge Guru Platform

Bottom-Line Performance

Bottom-Line Performance won two Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology gold awards for its Knowledge Guru Game-Based Learning Platform. One gold award honored Knowledge Guru as Best Advance in Gaming or Simulation Technology. for Cisco’s use of the Knowledge Guru platform. “The team is proud to uphold the highest standards in learning and to be recognised for this.

Can organisation-wide social networks capture tacit knowledge?

The eLearning Nomad

Most of what we do at work requires knowledge that can’t be captured into a 10 bullet checklist with clear do’s and don’ts. More than ever before, the success of our organisations is based on tacit knowledge (that part of knowledge that is widely embodied in individuals but not able to be readily expressed). The big challenge in any modern learning organisation is the sharing of this tacit knowledge. Tacit knowledge is not something that can be ‘captured’ and re-distributed. Sharing of tacit knowledge is done through solving problems together.

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

and knowledge that prepares the learner for those day-to-day actions. knowledge” objectives (the ones that start with understand, know, remember) are. Teams who learn. take the same training at the same time also benefit from the social nature of this learning. What are some signs that it’s a good time for individual or team learning? what they learn in training.

Two types of knowledge

Jay Cross

Explicit Knowledge. #1 is explicit knowledge. By definition, explicit knowledge can be captured in words. Retention of explicit knowledge is easily measured and graded and for that reason it’s where tests focus, over-simplified or not. We grade recent recall, but people have forgotten 90% of what they learned before they have the opportunity to apply it.

knowledge catalysts add value

Learning and Working on the Web

Group 3: People aggregating the learnings of group 2, passing it off as first-hand wisdom. Group 4: People aggregating the learnings of group 3, believing they are as worthy of praise as the people in group 1. ” A main component of the personal knowledge mastery ( PKM ) discipline is adding value to knowledge, or being a knowledge catalyst. checklists).

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E-learning Solutions in the Healthcare Sector: Creating Knowledge and Enlightenment

G-Cube

Catering to the growing numbers and the varied learning needs, e-learning opens us to a world of possibilities. In recent times, our experience in creating e-learning for the Healthcare Sector has been growing and we bring forth the learning from some of these experiences. Social learning through technology is the most popular way of gaining information today.

Knowledge Centered Support

In the Middle of the Curve

During a conference I attended recently, I encountered the concept of Knowledge-Centered Support. This concept is taken from IT Help Desks and Service and is one way to think of learning in bite-size, easily consumable chunks that are updated by the people on the front-lines of support - taking some of the pressure off the training team to update materials. This is a good thing.

4 Ways to Close the Learning-Doing Gap for Front-Line Managers [GUIDE]

LEARNING-DOING GAP FOR. employees have the knowledge and skills. learning-doing gap. We puzzled over the learning-doing gap and this led us to define a. hope is relevant in many other situations where there’s a learning- doing gap). struggle with applying their new knowledge on the job. their learning and development. 13 Gauge learning success.

co-creating knowledge

Learning and Working on the Web

The are many ways we can add value to information and knowledge. have described 14 ways of sense-making as part of personal knowledge mastery. Recently, Tanmay Vor a created a visual description of learning and leadership, based on an article by Kenneth Mikkelsen and me. ” – Leadership, Learning & PKM. Here is Tanmay’s infographic.

70/20/10: The road to greater knowledge retention?

Docebo

The vast amount of learning delivered within the workplace is through formal classrooms and eLearning courses , but the knowledge gained only accounts for about 10% of the learning that occurs. Download the report to learn how to: Re-examine your organization’s learning strategy through the lens of 70:20:10. Find the blend that works for your organization.

Contemporary E-Learning: Delivering Knowledge Or Dishing Out Information

Upside Learning

Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? — T. S. We take immense pride in meeting project deadlines and delivering courses within budgets; however, somewhere in our quest to showcase our potential, we may have forgotten about the core objective — Delivering Knowledge. So, what differentiates knowledge from information? Instructional Design Learning Design

Share Your Knowledge in 2016

LearnDash

Heck, they would probably even pay you to share your knowledge. If you know something that could benefit them and save them the time of learning it on their own then it’s well worth the investment. Over this time you have accumulated a wealth of knowledge just by doing what you love. It has never been easier to create a course and share your knowledge with the world.

How the right tech tools for your team can power your sales enablement strategy

Scalability. 2 The Sales Enablement function 3 Learning modalities 4 Why LMS? ensures every customer-facing person has the necessary knowledge, materials, skills, processes and behaviors to move deals forward. for have largely kept their training strategies the same, with the majority of trai- ning resources earmarked for boring formal learning and event-based training. sweep.

Technology-enabled Learning to Assess Product Knowledge [Infographic]

CommLab India

When it comes to assessing the product knowledge of the sales reps, assessments help training managers realize knowledge gaps if any, update the training courses, take measures to improve workforce performance, and much more. Assessments form a crucial part of any training process. Hope you like this post. Do share your views! Training Solutions Sales Training

An eLearning revolution: From professional development to knowledge sharing

Challenge to Learn

Posting information on the web doesn’t require any technical knowledge anymore. Sharing your knowledge is as easy as sharing your latest picture through the social media. These eLearning solution would run in an enclosed LMS owned by HR or L&D, which was focused on Management instead of Learning. LearningNow all of us can be creators. What is happening? Old school.

@hjarche master class on #pkm Personal Knowledge Management

Ignatia Webs

The past couple of months have pushed me deeper into the PhD universe, and that has lead me to rethink what I am doing in terms of my own knowledge management, how I am doing it, and where I can improve my actions and make my knowledge acquisition and sharing process more efficient (or simply more fun would also be more then enough!). And it is online.

Organizational Knowledge Mastery?

Clark Quinn

By the ‘test and learn’ process of doing experiments and reading reactions, you can gather data quickly. If we adapt Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery (or PKM ), which is about Seek-Sense-Share as a mechanism to grow our own abilities, to organizations, we can see a different model. Here’s organizations seek knowledge sources, sense via experiments and reflection, and share internally (and externally, as appropriate ;). Ok, I get it. And I’m all for this. But this is largely  internal , and I think the insights needed are external.

Learning 3.0: How to uncover hidden knowledge in your organization

Docebo

We recently published a report in collaboration with Aberdeen Group entitled: The New 70:20:10: The Changing Face of Learning. We delve into Aberdeen’s findings in this blog post and examine how leading organizations support learning in forward-thinking and innovative ways. Read part one: “Learning 3.0: How does your organization stack up?”. Best-in-class organizations measure learning program effectiveness. In fact, only 20 percent of organizations have a process to reinforce formal learning by discussing the material with the employees and assess their progress.

Are you missing this critical step when trying to build workplace knowledge?

Axonify

Robust employee knowledge is a critical component of optimal performance. Unfortunately, when it comes to arming employees with the knowledge they need to execute their roles to the best of their ability, many organizations skip an important step: providing on-demand access to information. This is one of the most critical components of workplace knowledge. Written by JD Dillon.

Knowledge Guru Spring ’14 Release is All About Options

Knowledge Guru

You want to use games for learning, but you need the games to fit the unique requirements of your organization. You’re ready to create learning that breaks the mold, but you’re not so sure the development tools out there are capable of meeting your needs. If any of these statements are true for you, the Spring ’14 release of Knowledge Guru was made for you. Make it Your Own.

knowledge is personal

Learning and Working on the Web

Knowledge management, for me, is personal. A big conceit of the knowledge management (KM) field is that knowledge can be transferred, but unlike information or data, it cannot. Knowledge is personal. While knowledge cannot really be transferred, our experiences can be shared. If not, how can you learn from it? Stories can help share implicit knowledge.

from knowledge worker to master artisan

Learning and Working on the Web

My Personal Knowledge Mastery model of Seek > Sense > Share is focused on helping individuals work better in teams, and contribute to professional communities by developing and engaging their social networks to continuously learn. Today, it is critical to take control of your own learning and build a professional network. Learning is the Work. PKMastery

Is Knowledge Transfer Part of Your L&D Strategy?

Bottom-Line Performance

On one side, you have your business objectives, your subject matter experts and all of the knowledge, skills and content employees need to know to meet your objectives. The bridge between these two sides is where knowledge transfer is supposed to happen… yet many organizations report that knowledge transfer is simply  not happening. There is a gap in your organization.

How To Extract Knowledge From Experts Before It’s Lost

Social Learning

Business as usual… The post How To Extract Knowledge From Experts Before It’s Lost appeared first on Dashe & Thomson. Learning institutional knowledge subject matter experts If, on his last day of employment before retiring, a man tried to walk out the door with a favorite personal computer he used at work, what would happen? Even if the company appreciated his expertise and commitment, they likely wouldn’t let him leave with a computer. Now, what would happen if that same employee walked out on his last day without sharing any of his expertise?

The Myth of “Micro-Learning”

Bottom-Line Performance

That phrase is “micro-learning.” The biggest take-away many are getting from this infographic is that today’s workers and “modern learners” only have 1% of their workweek to devote to professional development and learning. minutes per day to focus on learning. Imagine trying to learn any of these behaviors or skills in 4.8 minutes a day.

Social learning: retaining knowledge with social learning tools

InsiderHub

Many companies are embracing social learning tools, some to complement their traditional training, some to replace it completely with virtual training sessions. Whatever the case: social learning tools are making their way into standard processes and this trend is here to stay.

How Cisco Uses Knowledge Guru to Teach Product and Technical Knowledge (Interview)

Knowledge Guru

I interviewed Paula Rossini, Global Program Manager at Cisco, to learn more about how Cisco uses Knowledge Guru games to teach its sales associates. What learners do you use Knowledge Guru games with? We first introduced Sales Guru (the name we gave our Knowledge Guru games) games for sales associates and engineers in the CSAP program. It’s used as a reinforcement tool.