5 Employee Training Lessons I Learned From Google News

WalkMe Training Station

For me, working in a software company, training refers to software adoption and engagement. And with this final lesson, I’m sure you are ready to close this blog and get back to work. The post 5 Employee Training Lessons I Learned From Google News appeared first on Training Station.

Creating Big Lessons by Using Small Data

Vignettes Learning

Rapid learning is achieved by putting lessons in micro-scenarios. Instead of pontificating on large data, eLearning methodology selects only a micro-lesson which can be plucked from the whole knowledge source. I compared these micro-lessons to kernels.

Creating Big Lessons by Using Small Data

Vignettes Learning

Rapid learning is achieved by putting lessons in micro-scenarios. Instead of pontificating on large data, eLearning methodology selects only a micro-lesson which can be plucked from the whole knowledge source. I compared these micro-lessons to kernels.

Comic Books and eLearning: Lessons from Scott McCloud’s “Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art”

Convergence Training

And in that article, we promised to follow up with a second article that focuses on the classic book Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art by Scott McCloud. This, my friend, is that second article. Because that’s the whole point of this article.

Creating Big Lessons By Using Small Data

Vignettes Learning

Rapid learning is achieved by putting lessons in micro-scenarios. Instead of pontificating on large data, eLearning methodology selects only a micro-lesson which can be plucked from the whole knowledge source. I compared these micro-lessons to kernels.

5 Lessons for Designing Engaging E-Learning Interactions…From Project Runway

ATD Learning Technologies

Consequently, I think it may be helpful to refer to something unexpected to make sense of new ideas. Editor’s Note: This article is reposted from Allen Interaction’s E-Learning Leadership Blog

Why Story Lessons Are the Most Engaging Learning for Millennials - Tip #174

Vignettes Learning

You’ve probably shared a cool pic or an interesting article recently. These study results tell us that the lessons we share in training and development must not only align with company vision but also with the millennials’ personal values. References Alastair Mitchell, Huddle.com.

eCombat: Lessons from the Interactive Battlefields of Afghanistan

Vignettes Learning

Spencer Ackerman features Vanguard of Valor, an interactive teaching tool built to instruct the mid-career officers who pass through the Army’s Combined Arms Center, about the lessons accumulated from years of hard-fought war in Afghanistan. Our Belief.

2018: This Year in Learning– 109 Curated L&D Articles from 2018

The Learning Dispatch

Below are our recommended learning and development articles from the past 12 months, including thought-provoking or simply fun articles related to the field.Did you have a favorite L&D post from 2017? Recommended Learning and Development Articles from Our Senior Learning Architect.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Essential Reading for Instructional Design?

Learning Visions

As an instructional designer/eLearning professional, what books are the essential tools in your reference library ? The book builds on the 4C/ID model described in the 2002 article that John Curry linked to.

Case Study- Reducing eLearning Cost to 50% by Using Must-Learn Lessons and Micro-Learning

Vignettes Learning

Here are some excerpts from the article: Rapid e-Learning as a term is an oxymoron. Don't rush into converting content into interactive format if plain text, images and references will work.

3 Myths That Prevent You from Learning

KnowledgeOne

Learning is not always a pleasure since it involves questioning what you thought you knew, coming up against your limits, making efforts to overcome them, repeating lessons or actions to master them, not necessarily understanding or succeeding the first time, etc. Articles Catherine Meilleur

The Art of Taking Notes

KnowledgeOne

Good note-taking starts with being prepared, whether by doing your preliminary reading, checking the lesson plan or familiarizing yourself with the jargon of the subject matter. As we saw in the article Note-taking: Keyboard or Pen? Related articles: Note-taking: Keyboard or Pen?

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What NOT to do in L&D

Litmos

As do most articles in the L&D space, I frequently talk about what we should do. Too often, learning is evaluated by asking the learner whether they liked the experience, or thought it was valuable That’s what is referred to as a ‘smile sheet’.

Top 4 ways to drive learning in the new world of Retail

Litmos

The NRF event refers to these recent changes as "retail transformation," also setting that term as this year's overarching theme. Articles Enterprise Learning retail training

[IN DEPTH ANALYSIS] Does a sense of community matter in online training?

KnowledgeOne

While we looked at the first three in a previous article , we will explore here the latter. In their article Actively Engaging Students in Asynchronous Online Classes , Shannon A. The architectural elements they propose touch on the social dimension we discuss in this article.

Are You Creating Course Storyboards?

LearnDash

It isn’t uncommon for people to just start creating lessons in their course, but a course without a plan, or storyboard, may face serious problems down the line. With one in place you will always have a place of reference for the course layout and experience.

The Secret to Beating the Forgetting Curve

CourseArc

Is it better to binge on new lessons, or to learn incrementally over time? For content creators, this means you can help your learners retain your lessons through the following reinforcement tactics.

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“Automating” your Classroom Training

rapidLD

For now, I’ll stick to today’s reality and avoid Elroy’s Little Dipper School (if this reference isn’t hitting home – check out this article about a popular futuristic show from my childhood). Articles Classroom ILT“Automating” your Classroom Training.

Cost-cutting Training Without Slaying Quality: Startup Hacks

Your Training Edge

Blended learning refers to the practice of delivering training with a mix of digitally accessible lessons and instructor-led training (ILT) sessions. This means, a business will only be paying a trainer for the lessons that absolutely need to be delivered in a classroom.

10 Great Learning Game Design Links

Upside Learning

An older but still relevant article about learning curves in games. Again an older but comprehensive article that gives great ideas on where to use learning games. Note the references. An excellent article on Creating Flow, Motivation and Fun in Learning Games.

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Get Your Audience Pumped: 30 Ways to Motivate Adult Learners

The eLearning Coach

Even if you provide a suggested order, allow learners to take lessons in a sequence that works for them. Provide resources, references, videos and podcasts to create an ideal environment for personal exploration. Related Articles: Characteristics of Adult Learners.

eLearning: Attention, Attention!

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        A few years ago I wrote about the  perfect playtime for an eLearning lesson (or module). According to Microsoft and an article  published online by Time , we now lose our concentration in a mere  8 seconds.

Writing & Curriculum Development: The Introductory Narrative, Signaling the Audience

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

By the end of this lesson, you should be able to [do a bunch of procedures the utility of which is not immediately evident]." Signaling the correct audience  is indicating in your first sentence who the intended audience is for the course or lesson. Learners who answer yes, immediately understand that the lesson is for them. Or in the first paragraph of any article or blog entry. Reference.

Get Your Audience Pumped: 30 Ways to Motivate Adult Learners

The eLearning Coach

Even if you provide a suggested order, allow learners to take lessons in a sequence that works for them. Provide resources, references, videos and podcasts to create an ideal environment for personal exploration. Related Articles: Characteristics of Adult Learners.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Performance Learning Productivity

This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill. The course was basically a summary of the findings of The Lessons of Experience study done over a 13-year period at the Center and published in 1988. That left us with 75% of the Lessons of Success for the other three categories.

Check Out The Features In Version 2.3!

LearnDash

These view permissions are restricted to the LearnDash course, lesson, topic, and quiz pages. This addition really opens up the possibilities you have for your LearnDash courses as it means your course content is no longer confined to only the lessons of a course.

Custom eLearning Development: How Long Does it Take?

Upside Learning

His previous data – from his March 2007 post – on this gives us the following ratios for different type of learning: 34:1 Instructor-Led Training (ILT), including design, lesson plans, handouts, PowerPoint slides, etc. Last year I had written about this (read it here ) with reference to an ASTD article where some of the numbers were a bit out of synch or so appeared to me.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

Upside Learning

While I haven’t blogged in a while, I continue trawling through my RSS feeds, seeing more and more references to mobile learning, mlearning, performance support, ‘just-in-time’ and so many other terms that make sense in that context. Do note some of these link up to dated articles.

Microlearning: What It Is and What It Isn’t

Bottom-Line Performance

I hope this article will help you discover what microlearning is, what it’s not and how to effectively blend it into your 2017 strategies. Two years ago, BLP President, Sharon Boller, wrote an article for ATD on microlearning myths.

5 Guidelines for Evaluating Your Curated eLearning Content

Frooxl

The internet has countless videos, articles, blog posts, and DIY tutorials available at our fingertips. When the content is created with a certain type of person in mind, that person will be more likely to deeply engage with the content and understand the lesson.

The Value of Video Learning

Your Training Edge

Most of my previous articles have explicitly established the importance of online learning, online teaching, MOOCs and so on. In this article, I would be focused around one of its most important elements that contributes significantly towards its success, and that is the video learning.

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WHITEBOARD ANIMATIONS: Plan Your Way to Success

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

A lesson to teach? 59% of decision makers would rather watch a video than read a blog or article.**   Karin has authored several technology books, including: Office 2010 Demystified (McGraw-Hill) and hundreds of user guides, reference manuals, and tutorials.

Email Marketing Tips for Online Course Creators

LearnDash

Refer a friend and get 20% off any course this month only.” If you give away the first couple lessons of your course then your conversions will go up as well. We spent 10 months building up this list by blogging regularly and sharing the articles.

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Essay Questions and Assignment Points!

LearnDash

You can filter by status (Graded versus Not Graded), as well as the course and lesson of the essay. Here you can award points and update the status of the submission: The awarded points will show for the user on the lesson where they originally uploaded the assignment.

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Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Design

learnWorlds

this article, we are going to explore in-depth the role of Learning Goals and Objectives in course design and how to prepare a lesson plan based on them. Learning Objectives are measurable subgoals of a lesson and inform particular learning outcomes.

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7 e-Learning Trends You Should Follow in 2018

Your Training Edge

Since the learners no longer want to just mug up course material, but want to engage and get entertained, microlearning can enable them to learn things in bite size and then move to the next lesson after completely absorbing the previous learnings.