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Customer training your clients will love

Litmos

If you've ever been to the Apple store, you know that it's kind of an experience: you can buy products there; you can get your devices fixed there; and there are scheduled Today at Apple programs — like a music lab, a photo walk, or kids' programs. . And customers love these programs.

Microlearning under the Microscope: How to Incorporate Microlearning into Online Training

Mindflash

Designing training programs can be overwhelming—mentally and financially. Designing training in short bursts allows you to pilot short lessons, gather feedback, iterate, and plan the next training slice. Blog posts and articles: Encourage learners to create articles that teach how to do something, answer FAQs, or tell stories about lessons learned.

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The Advantages of eLearning

eLearning Brothers

I came across this article and thought it listed some nice advantages of eLearning. The mission of corporate eLearning is to supply the workforce with an up-to-date and cost-effective program that yields motivated, skilled, and loyal knowledge workers. Web-based products allow instructors to update lessons and materials across the entire network instantly. A good learning program shows the consequences of students’ actions and here/why they went wrong.

Summarizing Learn for Yourself

Jay Cross

When I’m deciding whether reading a lengthy article is worth my time, I’ll sometimes dump it in a summarizer to figure out if it’s worthwhile to read further. Traditional] To gain knowledge or information of; to ascertain by inquiry, study, or investigation; to acquire understanding of, or skill; as, to learn the way; to learn a lesson; to learn dancing; to learn to skate; to learn the violin; to learn the truth about something.

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

Most people in training programs learn only a little of the right stuff, are fuzzy about how to apply what they’ve learned, and never address who are the right people to know. Yet dot-com mania’s article of faith was that the technologies of the Internet essentially made human beings irrelevant. So the worker checks Google or SlashDot or other resources on the web to see who’s got books or articles or blogs or case studies on her topic.