Part II : Where Are You with Your Blended Learning Strategy?

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Thank you for joining us on our second part of our 4 part blog series on which we examine a different type of Blended Learning strategies, and how you could start strategizing or implement these ideas onto your current training plans. In this second post, we are going to look at tactics that can be immediately deployed to improve your blended learning strategy. The post Part II : Where Are You with Your Blended Learning Strategy? Part 2 of Part 4.

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More important than the blend of technology, Uber thrived on the basic notion that “there must be a better way”. One our most recent ah ha moments, in partnership with one of our Certified Articulate Training partners, Yukon Learning is the introduction of a completely new way to provide “off the shelf” or “pre built” eLearning courses. Consider the Uber revolution, an idea based on simplicity and born on the evolution of personal technology devices and functionality.

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More important than the blend of technology, Uber thrived on the basic notion that “there must be a better way”. One our most recent ah ha moments, in partnership with one of our Certified Articulate Training partners, Yukon Learning is the introduction of a completely new way to provide “off the shelf” or “pre built” eLearning courses. Consider the Uber revolution, an idea based on simplicity and born on the evolution of personal technology devices and functionality.

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Why online learning is better than in-person learning

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Those unfamiliar with elearning may be unaware of the wide variety of ways it can be delivered to audiences ranging from one person to thousands. There are so many different forms of online learning, from MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), to online tutoring , to online components of blended learning courses. Without online learning, there is no blended learning. Regardless of the specific type of blended learning we’re discussing, it has two parts: in-person and online.

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How to Animate Your Lesson Videos with eLearning Video Creator Kim Merritt

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Learn how to animate your lesson videos with eLearning video Creator Kim Merritt of the TheUrlDr.com. Kim is an expert in online marketing who works in the eLearning development space. Kim talks about a strategy where you can use animation and the talking head strategy in tandem to create visually engaging content. Like, what kind of gears involved, or like how do you record the voiceover?

Why your Business needs an LMS for Performance Support

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Although performance support and online training are two different instructional entities, thanks to the technological advancement the learning management systems (LMS) can be leveraged to blend some aspects of performance support into online training effortlessly. Well, this issue can be resolved when businesses use a blend of both informal and formal training. Why kinetic text makes sense in elearning? You can make it more impactful by adding a background voiceover.

The Role of Memory in Learning: Encoding

Obsidian Learning

If acoustic encoding is at work, will retention be improved if you simply add music to your eLearning course? Actually, this type of strategy could distract from the learning. Using appropriate voiceover, however, can help improve retention. Since tactile encoding uses the sense of touch, it is not useful in eLearning. However, it can very easily be used in blended learning in the “face to face training” pieces.

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