Content systems not content packages

Clark Quinn

In a conversation last week (ok, an engagement), the topic of content systems came up. For one, separate content from how it’s delivered. And, pull content together by rules, not hardwired. This is in opposition to the notion of pre-packaged content.

How to Launch Elearning Content Using xAPI

HT2 Labs

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See Learning Content From a New Perspective

Docebo

As learning administrators are spending an increasing amount of time compiling course content to engage their learners, more and more organizations are turning to external content providers to source at least a portion of their learning materials.

Content Confusion

Clark Quinn

I read, again and again, about the importance of ‘content’ in learning. Just what do mean by ‘content’? For one, I get concerned that talking about content foregrounds ‘information’ And that’s a problem.

6 eLearning Trends in Custom eLearning Solutions

A framework for content curation

E-Learning Provocateur

It is with this in mind that I have started thinking about a model – or perhaps more accurately, a framework – for content curation. As a framework for content curation, however, I feel the heuristic doesn’t go far enough. This content is new knowledge.

How to Collect Your eLearning Content

Tim Slade

But first, before you can start writing a single word, you need to collect your eLearning content! If you’re new to eLearning, one misconception that you may have is that your subject matter experts will provide you all of the content you need to create your course.

Tips for Creating Good E-learning Content

Origin Learning

Let us now look at a few points that could help you create better eLearning content. Every e-content will have its learning objects and it is important to not stray from those goals. we can hope to create better and easily understandable content.

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CONTENT CURATION AND CRAP DETECTION

Learnnovators

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The caveat of content curation

E-Learning Provocateur

However I’d like to explicate his implied caveat: …if good content is available. Anyone who’s spent 5 minutes in an organisational setting appreciates how difficult it can be to source relevant, actionable content.

Custom eLearning: What to Consider as an L&D Manager

Does it make better sense to buy an LMS with the content or without content?

Gyrus

One needs to understand the importance of Included Content in an LMS and other factors that matter The decision to buy an LMS needs thorough research.

Outsourced Content Development vs In-house Content Development

Hurix Digital

In today’s fiercely competitive business environment, we cannot overemphasize the importance of an effective content marketing strategy enough. The last few years have, in fact, seen custom content development becoming the buzzword of digital marketing space. Clarity in content.

The Genericization Of Content

Upside Learning

We are starting to ‘genericize’ content, it is starting to look the same, feel the same, and function in a similar manner. eLearning eLearning Content eLearning Courseware Genericization Of Content

7 Tips for Editing E-learning Content

LearnDash

Here’s how it can take your e-learning content to the next level. But if you’re just getting started or need a refresher on the basics, these tips can help improve your editing process for creating e-learning content. Is a part of your content giving you problems?

Fulfilling Today's (Changing) eLearning Needs

Speaker: Bryan Marriott, President, P1 Learning

It’s not enough to post 1,000+ courses and leave training up to chance - even if your learners are already aware of their skill gaps, they’re not going to wade through hours and hours of content to find the one course that might help them. eLearning cannot be a “one size fits all” proposition.

Instructional Design Trends: Content Content Content

Clarity Consultants

While conveying critical information should always be the goal of any learning and development program, neglecting the value of engaging and entertaining content is a misstep.

Resurrecting Old Content

Association eLearning

When the education department at your organization is you, it’s easy to let old content linger beyond its welcome. Before you lay that old content to rest, consider sprucing it up a bit first. Consolidate, re-work, and streamline the remaining content.

Content engineering

Clark Quinn

We’ve heard about learning engineering and while the focus is on experience design, the pragmatics include designing content to create the context, resources, and motivation for the activity. And it’s time we step beyond just hardwiring this content together, and start treating it as professionals. You can customize the content you’re searching for with filters. The content reacts to the device you’re on and displays appropriately.

Device-Agnostic Content – The Instructional Design Challenge

Origin Learning

Okay, so device-agnostic content is the talk of the town. Yes, device agnosticism is all about focusing on the content and designing it in a way that instead of being tied to any particular device, it serves to perform well on the web in general.

Sales Training That Gets Results – With or Without Classroom ILT

Speaker: Mike Kunkle, VP Sales Enablement Services, SPASIGMA

However, ILT has always had the best POTENTIAL for fostering behavior change or delivering ROI, if it was the right content, designed well, and implemented effectively.

Podcasting: Is It Right For Your Content Mix?

Talented Learning

Shelly is a recognized brand strategist who specializes in integrated content marketing solutions for companies at the forefront of digital transformation. Have you added podcasting to your organization’s content mix yet? This applies to content , too.

Why Should You Outsource Your Content Development

Hurix Digital

With digital technology gaining rapid momentum, it becomes imperative for organizations and educational institutions to digitalize their learning and development content. Therefore, it may not be feasible to develop content in-house.

How to Have Success with Off-the-Shelf Content

Association eLearning

You already know that off-the-shelf content can save your organization time and money. When that happens, you might wonder if access to that off-the-shelf content was worth it. One method might be to add off-the-shelf content to a larger more personalized custom course.

LMS: Content Development, Delivery, and Management

Your Training Edge

One of the most effective abilities of an LMS relates to your online learning content. Your LMS can help you not only to deliver and manage content, but also to develop it. First, content development can be an important part of your learning initiative.

Go Beyond with Compliance Training

Speaker: Justin Muscolino, Head of Compliance Training North America, GRC Solutions

Corporate Training Content: Directions in Curation

Litmos

In particular, there is not only backup support for turning content (created and curated) into learning paths, but there’s also support for curation. You’re already in practice, so the content serves as guidance, either just-in-time performance support or as ongoing development.

IDEA: Crowdsourcing Course Content

LearnDash

One of the biggest obstacles people face when creating an online course is actually creating the content. Setting up something like this would take effort on your end, but in a different way than creating the course content.

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Top eLearning Content Development Companies (2019 Update)

eLearning Industry

We are ecstatic to announce our list of top eLearning content development companies for the 7th time in a row – and this year, we’ve decided to step up the list game. Seventh time’s a charm!

Podcast 26: How to Extend Learning Content Availability – With Troy Gorostiza

Talented Learning

Troy is a “triple threat” learning innovator with deep expertise as a content development practitioner, solutions consultant and technology vendor. Until recently, several significant content availability obstacles limited the external reach of online training providers.

View from the Learner's Perspective: ROI and the Triple Bottom Line of Learning

Speaker: Lonna Jobson, Instructional Design Team Lead, Inno-Versity, and Miriam Taylor, Chief Learning Strategist, Inno-Versity

Algorithmically Generated Content In Learning

Upside Learning

For years, learning/training as revolved around the generation of ‘content’, in fact for a number of years learning was all about content and methods to deliver it to learners. Then actually delivering this content to users using social or environmental awareness in some form.

How will content discovery evolve?

CLO Magazine

Learning content discovery is a complex challenge. Employees can access thousands of courses through licenses with content companies. As internal learning teams develop more content with easier-than-ever-to-use authoring tools, libraries grow even larger.

Don’t Design Training Content like a Food Blogger!

InSync Training

This weekend, I purchased something new at a local farmers market: delicata squash. It came highly recommended as an easy winter squash to prepare, with a nice light taste. As I was getting ready to cook it, I had a couple of quick questions. At what temperature should it bake, and for how long?

Content Marketing: What Every Learning Practitioner Needs to Know

Talented Learning

Where Does Content Marketing End and Instructional Marketing Begin? And the overlap continues to spread, as digital content channels, strategies and tools weave themselves more deeply into the fabric of modern educational experiences. But content alone is not enough.

Legendary Presentations: eLearning, Sales Collateral, and Defeating Death-by-PowerPoint

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director, BrightCarbon

eLearning has the potential to fall into the same trap, as L&D professionals are tasked with creating content to hit tight deadlines and with limited budgets. What you (and your learners) want is dynamic, visual, interactive content that’s compelling and memorable.