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Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 2 Information Overload

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety , Information Overload, (Knowledge Formation coming May 24th). Information Overload. Information overload occurs in learners that have finally been exposed to on-the-job training for a new competency or role, and although they are continuing to learn and improve, there is too much new information to retain.

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 3 Knowledge Formation

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety , Information Overload , Knowledge Formation, (Part 4 Optimum Performance coming May 31st). Knowledge Formation. The curve of knowledge formation marks the period of time in a training program when learners are rapidly beginning to crystallize knowledge gleaned from on-the-job training and experiential learning.

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Social Learning Experiences: Making Better Connections

Talented Learning

It’s no secret – recently social media has had a rough ride. So why should we celebrate technologies that enable social learning experiences? After a decade of affordable high-speed internet access, smartphones, mobile apps and social networks, it’s easy to take our digital connections for granted. In a sense, we’re all part of a grand social learning experiment. Are We Socializing Responsibly? Social learning is an adventure.

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve

Infopro Learning

The curve is partitioned into four key sections: anxiety, information overload, knowledge formation, and optimum performance. We will be sharing information on decreasing the learning curve on this blog through the Timing is Everything series, but to read more now download our Timing is Everything White Paper! Timing is Everything Series Intro, (Part 1 Anxiety coming May 10th). The Timing of Training.

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve

Infopro Learning

The curve is partitioned into four key sections: anxiety, information overload, knowledge formation, and optimum performance. We will be sharing information on decreasing the learning curve on this blog through the Timing is Everything series, but to read more now download our Timing is Everything White Paper! Timing is Everything Series Intro, (Part 1 Anxiety coming May 10th). The Timing of Training.

Timing is Everything Series: Part 6 Structured vs. On-Demand Learning

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety , Information Overload , Knowledge Formation , Optimum Performance , Growth , Stagnancy , or Decline , Structured vs. On-Demand Learning, ( Download the complete white paper ). If you’d like more information about creating a structured blended learning approach or are interested about how decreasing your employees learning curve could be accomplished in your organization, we’d love to talk to you!

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 4 Optimum Performance

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety , Information Overload , Knowledge Formation , Optimum Performance, (Part 5 Growth, Stagnancy, or Decline coming June 7th). We will be sharing information on decreasing the learning curve on our blog through the Timing is Everything series, but to read more now download the Timing is Everything White Paper! ” American Psychological Association.

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 4 Optimum Performance

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety , Information Overload , Knowledge Formation , Optimum Performance, (Part 5 Growth, Stagnancy, or Decline coming June 7th). We will be sharing information on decreasing the learning curve on our blog through the Timing is Everything series, but to read more now download the Timing is Everything White Paper! ” American Psychological Association.

How To Audit Training Programs: Reduce for a Greater ROI

Infopro Learning

A common issue with older training programs is that they are overly long, contain too much information for employees to remember on the job,2 and rehash some of the same concepts multiple times throughout the program. As long as the content is instructionally sound and contains useful information, it can be leveraged for the development of new training programs in the future as well. Will learners suffer from information overload? The Problem Facing L&D.

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How To Audit Training Programs: Reduce for a Greater ROI

Infopro Learning

A common issue with older training programs is that they are overly long, contain too much information for employees to remember on the job,2 and rehash some of the same concepts multiple times throughout the program. As long as the content is instructionally sound and contains useful information, it can be leveraged for the development of new training programs in the future as well. Will learners suffer from information overload? The Problem Facing L&D.

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Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 1 Anxiety

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety, (Part 2 Information Overload coming May 17th). Although it might sound counterintuitive, the anxiety that employees feel to perform on the job at the outset of a training program actually helps them to retain information more effectively. The first training event should provide base information upon which knowledge will be built upon later. The Relation of Strength of Stimulus to Rapidity of Habit Formation.”

Accelerate Employee Performance Using the Learning Curve: Part 1 Anxiety

Infopro Learning

Timing is Everything Series: Intro , Anxiety, (Part 2 Information Overload coming May 17th). Although it might sound counterintuitive, the anxiety that employees feel to perform on the job at the outset of a training program actually helps them to retain information more effectively. The first training event should provide base information upon which knowledge will be built upon later. The Relation of Strength of Stimulus to Rapidity of Habit Formation.”

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

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A Defense of the LMS (and a case for the future of Social Learning) - Social Enterprise Blog , May 12, 2010 For some time now, I’ve seen a growing negativity toward LMS solutions by a pretty wide group folks in our space. Not because they are wrong about social, but because they get so little right about LMS. Workscape evolution - Informal Learning , May 7, 2010 This morning Jane Hart posted this 5-stage model of the evolution of workplace learning in an organization.