Strategies for transformation 2: from synchronous to asynchronous

Clive on Learning

The second step on the route to transformation is a shift from interventions that are synchronous to those that are asynchronous. Asynchronous activities, on the other hand, are self-paced; they allow the learner to determine when and for how long they undertake self-study activities or communicate with fellow learners or trainers. Like each of the recommendations in this series, the change from synchronous to asynchronous represents a movement of a slider, not a switch on or off.

The ‘Role’ of Compliance

Clark Quinn

I’m not an expert on compliance training. Compliance decoupled from outcomes is just a legal bulwark, not a meaningful prevention of behavior. You can use scenario tools for asynchronous situations, or just traditional role-play in the classroom. Someone familiar with compliance want to weigh in on how I’m off-base? I haven’t suffered through it, and I haven’t been asked to design it.

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Getting Your Compliance Training Blend Right

Interactive Services

Your learning and development team has been tasked with designing an organization-wide global compliance training rollout. Compliance training must account for individual employees and their unique environment and situation. Start by asking: what does compliance success look like?

How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

The eLearning Nomad

And because the corporate sector has been adopting a one-fit-for-all compliance training approach, chances are that you are too. The vast majority of online articles about e-learning are about compliance training or academic e-courses, so why would you do things differently? You would like to achieve compliance…. However, it’s likely that most of the AHA moments and real change will be achieved by giving time to people to think before they contribute, i.e. asynchronously.

How can we develop e-learning that respects adult learning principles?

The eLearning Nomad

This works for the most straight forward compliance training, but most learning needs don’t fit in that category. Asynchronous eWorkshops based on collaborative problem-based learning methods is one example that offers many opportunities to adhere to these principles.

How can we develop e-learning that respects adult learning principles?

The eLearning Nomad

This works for the most straight forward compliance training, but most learning needs don’t fit in that category. Asynchronous eWorkshops based on collaborative problem-based learning methods is one example that offers many opportunities to adhere to these principles. Repost and update from ’ Can we develop e-learning that respects adult learning principles? ’ (November, 2013).

How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

The eLearning Nomad

And because the corporate sector has been adopting a one-fit-for-all compliance training approach, chances are that you are too. The vast majority of online articles about e-learning are about compliance training or academic e-courses, so why would you do things differently? You would like to achieve compliance…. However, it’s likely that most of the AHA moments and real change will be achieved by giving time to people to think before they contribute, i.e. asynchronously.

9 tips for successfully including peer collaboration in an online course

The eLearning Nomad

Many of our clients run successful collaborative eWorkshops (mostly asynchronous, so no or few webinars ). Asynchronous collaboration often goes deeper. If you have an online course or workshop where collaboration doesn’t work, this will most likely be due to one of these two reasons: (1) the course shouldn’t be collaborative in the first place because it’s a compliance course, or (2) there are issues with the design and/or facilitation of your collaborative task.

How to Plan a New Online Course, Part 2: Goals and Assessments

CourseArc

Will they be synchronous or asynchronous? CourseArc Instructional Design Online Learning assessment eLearning evaluation grading instructional design learning objectives mandatory compliance training Pedagogy pilot testing project management quality control tests user experience

eLearning Innovation at PayPal

eLearning Brothers

How can you help learners feel connected during asynchronous experiences? Could you, in your wildest dreams, imagine your compliance eLearning courses being completed by word of mouth and recommendations alone?

ToolBook 10.5: Comprehensive solution for fast, easy content authoring by Tom Hall

Learning Solutions Magazine

enhancements for Section 508 compliance. Tags: Asynchronous Development Strategies Getting Started Mobile Tools SumTotal Systems ToolBook 10.5 adds more authoring support for mobile devices and geolocation, and. Here is a comprehensive guide to ToolBook, including how. to customize interactions and create branching, use the Actions Editor, the Simulation Editor, and the. Quiz Summary feature, and deploy ToolBook content to an LMS.

Case study: How A 3-Year Project Led Us To Scenario-Based Course Design by Mike Dickinson

Learning Solutions Magazine

Designing compliance training can be a great challenge, on many levels. Tags: Asynchronous Certification Design Strategies Instructional Design Learning 2.0 Blended learning, including classroom, games, online elements, and scenarios, is an excellent way to deal with this, but creating it is not necessarily simple or easy. Here is the story of how one (very small) training department backed into a highly effective solution over three years of effort.

Asynch, Synch.And the Winner is?

eLearning 24-7

The key though is inherently tied to the two types of e-learning: asynchronous based learning and synchronous based learning. It is not a web based training course, because if you were to take a deep dive at WBT, you will see it aligns more with something called Asynchronous Based Learning. Asynchronous Based Learning. e-learning elearning WBT asynchronous based learning craig weiss online learning synchronous based learning wbt web based trainingI will not lie.

The difference between designing online and face-to-face workshops

The eLearning Nomad

If you’re developing compliance training, you don’t need to worry about this level of learning design. Most of the e-learning sector is still stubbornly limiting itself to compliance training and webinars, focusing its conversations on whether to gamify or not.

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How to Create Online Training Simulations the Right Way [Infographic]

CommLab India

They can be used in a wide variety of training programs including product and sales training, compliance training, software training without the trouble of transporting materials, trainers, or learners to a particular location.

Getting the Training Blend Right

Interactive Services

Your learning and development team has been tasked with designing an organization-wide global compliance training rollout. Compliance training must account for individual employees and their unique environment and situation. Start by asking: what does compliance success look like?

The 10 Must-Have LMS Software Features

ProProfs

Tin Can (xAPI) / SCORM Compliance Tin Can and SCORM are software specifications that allow LMS applications to talk to other applications (cross-software communication). Asynchronous learning, the ability to allow learners to keep learning at their own pace is a great way to ensure that.

New MOOC Research: What the Findings Mean for Corporate Training

Your Training Edge

Asynchronous delivery is more effective than synchronous delivery. Asynchronous courses, like MOOCs, may work better than synchronous online courses. Whereas the former might be required in certain circumstances for compliance, what we really need to focus on is the latter.

6 Reasons Why Digital Learning is Essential for Your Organization

eThink Education

For example, compliance training used to consist of long lectures, countless manuals, and lengthy training booklets. Online learning (asynchronous) is on the rise. Asynchronous learning is the idea that learners can learn the same material at different times and locations.

Transforming learning and development

Clive on Learning

Over on the Onlignment blog, I have, throughout 2012, been setting out a model for a transformation in workplace learning and development. I started the series by arguing the case for transformation.

MOOCs in Workplace Learning – Part 1: Some Points to Consider

ID Reflections

Some of these discussions are asynchronous as in the case of forums giving workers the opportunity to respond at their own pace, and some may be synchronous giving distributed employees an opportunity to interact with their peers and colleagues around a topic over a google hangout session.

Learning Delivery: E-Learning and Mobile Gaining Ground

CLO Magazine

Last year, CLOs reported using slightly less synchronous and asynchronous e-learning than classroom based training, consistent with several years of slow gains and small retreats for both forms of e-learning. One out of every three CLOs delivers compliance training to mobile/smart devices.

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Applying Social Learning Theory to eLearning

LearnUpon

It can be an asynchronous and isolated activity and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Compliance training is the best example of this. Observational learning is becoming easier to facilitate even within asynchronous activities like eLearning.

Are learning objectives really that important?

The eLearning Nomad

I’m not talking about a typical compliance course, but referring to training topics that go much deeper. I don’t know about you, but I often hardly take notice of the learning objectives when I start a course.

Transforming learning and development

Clive on Learning

In a series of posts on the Onlignment blog that has run throughout 2012, I have endeavoured to explain how transformation can take place in workplace learning and development. I started the series by setting out the need for transformation.

Elements of Blended Learning Strategies

Origin Learning

E-Learning is a wonderful way to add an asynchronous dimension to a learning strategy. Other than soft skills, compliance training which is generally perceived to be boring can be made highly engaging by applying the concepts of gamification.

MOOCs In Workplace Learning – Part 1: Some Points To Consider

Learnnovators

They can probably learn via more informal and social means—both synchronous and asynchronous. If certain programs has to be mandatory for compliance or regulatory reasons, it is best to leave them as courses. MOOCs – you can love them or hate them but you can definitely not ignore them.

10 Ways ELearning Maximizes ROI

Origin Learning

E-learning saves time simply because it is asynchronous in nature, while being just as effective as traditional training. For example, quizzes and situational analyses can be a great way to impart compliance training. There was a time when training was seen as a necessary evil.

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Unicorn Summer Client Forum - Top Takeaways

Unicorn Training

It was a busy day, jam packed with a variety of topics for guests to choose from, including three ‘pick and mix’ sessions covering a range of topics from employee engagement to compliance and regulatory changes, such as GDPR and MiFID II.

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Tips to Transform Instructor-Led Training to E-Learning

Capytech

The opposite of this is asynchronous e-learning where learners complete courses at a time that suits them with no real-time involvement from an instructor. Compliance. Tips to Transform Instructor-Led Training to E-Learning.

The DevLearn eLearning Rockstar Stage Reveal

eLearning Brothers

Stephen and TGA have developed award-winning game-based solutions that have been used to onboard new employees for sales and product training, security, compliance, processes, customer service, and many other training topics. We have our very own Learning Stage at DevLearn this year!

The Top 5 Things EVERY Training Program Must Have

Coreaxis

Will it mitigate legal exposure through compliance training? Synchronous elements like teach-backs or asynchronous elements like completing a virtual simulations, help with content segmenting, pacing, and knowledge retention.

2017 eLearning Predictions: Updated Hype Curve

Web Courseworks

LTI packages vary from SCORM packages in that the typical content model follows higher education’s synchronous, weekly, semester-long format rather than the asynchronous, one-time, hour-long format of much corporate and military training.

LMS is not dead (again)

Litmos

Premise that LMSs were created for compliance and regulatory. Fact: LMSs were not built nor created for compliance and regulatory. It’s dead. . No, wait, it’s dying. No, the articles say that it is dead. Wait again, I’m not referring to your favorite HRIS, rather the LMS. .

Why Video Sales Coaching is a Better Option

Allego

If a rep selling into a given vertical is at a certain stage of the sales cycle known to present roadblocks around a particular compliance issue, a manager sends the rep a video asking to role play the message before they walk into that next call.