Amnesty International is Building Global Human Rights Communities with e-Learning & Docebo

Docebo

So far, a total of 18,032 hours of learning have been logged and more than 2,500 forum discussions have taken place. DOWNLOAD THE FULL CASE STUDY. Case Studies Learning Technology Trends case study elearning case study eLearning Platform Learning technology solutions lmsAmnesty International’s e-learning platform has helped it reach more than 45,000 global users.

Creating Serious Learning Games with Lectora—A Case Study

Trivantis

That’s why we occasionally reach out to our users for a case study, like this one we did with Health Education Yorkshire and Humber. We integrated blogs and used Moodle to create a discussion forum for learners. You can view more case studies here. Have a recent project from your organization that you think would be good for a case study? The post Creating Serious Learning Games with Lectora—A Case Study appeared first on Lectora.com.

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The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust Built a Custom Digital Academy with eThink Education 

eThink Education

Download the case study. Masterclass: An hour-long, live-streamed presentation, conversation, or panel discussion on specialist and topical areas of interest, led by senior Trust clinician-trainers.?. Download the case study. Case Studies case studies

How We Use Social Media for Informal Learning

Bottom-Line Performance

For every sales pitch you hear about social learning, for every shiny social network logo you see out there on the web, you should be looking for real use cases and story of social media being used in a real world setting… with tangible benefit to an organization. Our team gathers on Twitter whenever they are available and discusses the topics, 10 minutes each, for 30 minutes. Ideas discussed in the chat make their way into client projects.

How Does LMS Selection Work? This Case Reveals All

Talented Learning

Within these organizations, individual knowledge and experience varies, as do learning needs and preferences for formal continuing education (CEU) credits, programs of study, books, courses, videos, files, templates, audio recordings, group discussions, expert forums , regional meetings, training/coaching telephone calls, and mini-nuggets of just-in-time performance support. I’ll discuss these demo performances in an upcoming blog post).

Is the case study method of instruction due for an overhaul?

Jay Cross

Working Knowledge , an online forum from HBS, gave Professor Emeritus Jim Heskett a platform to raise the issue of the relevance of case study instruction. Heskett’s original article noted that “The case method has become synonymous with education for management. Traditional cases have come under fire for being self-contained documents that describe a protagonist facing a decision with a set of packaged data available on which to base the decision.”.

3 Reasons Curatr Doesn’t Have A Discussion Forum

HT2 Labs

One thing that always comes up, and we say no to, is the requirement for a discussion forum. This seems like a bit on an odd omission; we are a social learning platform but we don’t have a discussion forum? The next question that tends to come is, could we build in a discussion forum? Here’s my 3 reasons why Curatr doesn’t have a discussion forum (and never will): 1. Because we actually did build a discussion forum, once upon a time….

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Success Formula for Discussion Forums in Financial Services

Tony Karrer

I received a question this week related to Discussion Forums for Knowledge Sharing at Capital City Bank : I successfully launched a discussion forum for a small group of lending assistants within my bank. That forum is still up and running. Since that time, I have attempted to introduce the discussion forum tool to two other work groups within the bank but I have not been very successful.

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Discussion Forums for Knowledge Sharing at Capital City Bank

Tony Karrer

I recently had a great conversation with Becky Barch, a performance consultant at the Bank, about her smart application of discussion forum software from ElementK. The forum is targeted to a small group – loan/lending assistants. Becky turned around and used a discussion forum to make the situation better. The same associate who received and handled the questions before now gets the question as a discussion item and responds in the forum.

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Highlights from the Spring Client Forum

Unicorn Training

We're not quite sure where the time goes, but this week we were back with the first of our biannual Client Forum events for 2018. We were also delighted to be joined by Selina and Catherine from NS&I, who discussed how they managed to achieve corporate buy-in to a comprehensive risk management programme - bringing some much needed client-side L&D perspective.In Oh yes, it's that time of year again!We're

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Autumn Client Forum Announced

Unicorn Training

We can’t quite believe it’s been nearly four months since our last Client Forum, but we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be back this October for another one!Having If you have a specific query relating to the Unicorn Forum, please contact your Relationship Manager, or the Unicorn Marketing Department.

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Leadership through Blended Learning: Sorority LMS Success

WBT Systems

Using an LMS to deliver blended learning is ideal for organizations that want to ensure consistency in the delivery of core learning objectives, while also enabling more in depth, personalized, or informal exploration of key topics by combining online content with face-to-face learning activities, such as group project work, in-classroom activities, or community discussions. For more detail on how Gamma Phi Beta achieved this, download the case study.

Learning from Leaders: Harvard Integrates Video and Interactive Transcripts into the Classroom

3Play Media

The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health : The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health hopes to provide decision-makers with a global platform to discuss policy choices and scientific controversies. Going forward, the School of Public Health hopes to first launch this tool for faculty within leadership studies, but then expand to other subject matters. User Engagement Case Studies

Learning from Leaders: Harvard Integrates Video and Interactive Transcripts into the Classroom

3Play Media

The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health : The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health hopes to provide decision-makers with a global platform to discuss policy choices and scientific controversies. Going forward, the School of Public Health hopes to first launch this tool for faculty within leadership studies, but then expand to other subject matters.

MOOCs for Employee Learning – The Mechanics – Online Forum

Learning Cafe

Following on from our last online discussion on MOOCs for Employee Learning – Practitioners View in this discussion we cover the logistics of planning and deploying MOOCS for employee learning. We cover: How to Build a Business Case – Jeevan Joshi – Producer, Learning Cafe. Case Study of Using MOOCS at Jardine Lloyd Thompson Sunder Ramachandran. Panel discussion moderated by Michelle Ockers.

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Top Tips from Unicorn Client Forum

Unicorn Training

Integrated, simplicity, ease of use, all in one place – these were the key themes that kept coming to the fore as Unicorn held its third Client Forum in London yesterday. 4. Helen Watts (Director, Unicorn Training) – CIPS Academy case study MCIPS is the premier qualification in the procurement and supply management industry. The forum is also searchable and if a client still needs help, their query gets flagged automatically with help desk.

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Desperate Need to Reinvent the L&D professional in Australia – Online Forum

Learning Cafe

We discuss the options and alternative career options and pathways for L&D professions. Questions for Discussion. Case Study. Thu, Sep 11, 2014 12-1 PM Sydney , Register. The L&D profession is facing stress in Australia bought about reduced budgets, outsourcing, increased speed of business and the impact of technology. This is being reflected in the changing quality and quantity of L&D jobs and career paths available.

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MOOCs for Employee Learning – The Mechanics – Online Forum

Learning Cafe

In the second online discussion we look at the”how” of using MOOCs (Massively Online Open Courses) and its variants for employee learning. How to Build a Business Case for MOOCs for Employee Learning – Jeevan Joshi. Case Study of Using MOOCS at Jardine Lloyd Thompson – Sunder Ramachandran. Panel discussion moderated by Michelle Ockers. Thursday, November 7, 2013 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM AEST (Sydney).

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ILT Trainers– Are you leaving something on the table?

Harbinger Interactive Learning

The classroom time can also be used to discuss relevant case studies on the topic. A study on “Interactive Multimedia-Based E-Learning: A Study of Effectiveness” [1] stated, “In a traditional classroom setting, learning is instructor-centered and is a sequential process. Reach out to us at info@harbingerlearning.com to discuss your requirements. [1] Interactive Multimedia Based E-Learning: A Study of Effectiveness.

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4-Step Method for Improving Learning Retention

LearnDash

This can take many forms, including reading some sort of case study, watching a video online, listening to presentation, or basic wiki-research. Now that the content has be thoroughly researched, discussed, questioned, and expanded, it is time to for the learners to apply it. It can be an exercise, case study, multi-day in nature (if possible).

The 70:20:10 Model – Today, Tomorrow & Beyond

Learnnovators

It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. That’s certainly not the case. If that is the case, how do we avoid this pitfall? Charles: I would argue that in some cases informal learning can replace formal learning very well. However, in many cases, an integrated approach will prove more effective. Report from a CapitalWorks study.

Insights in a Nutshell: Creating Engaging Learning Experiences for Leadership Development

Infopro Learning

An online forum was created to encourage interaction among the participants in each cohort. With practical topics on the discussion boards, peer leaders of the cohorts encouraged participants to discuss topics relevant to their job role and ideate on overcoming the challenges that they face every day. The virtual sessions were also a platform for participants discuss and share how the program helped them grow. Leadership development programs are high in demand.

THE 70:20:10 MODEL – TODAY, TOMORROW & BEYOND

Learnnovators

It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. That’s certainly not the case. If that is the case, how do we avoid this pitfall? Charles: I would argue that in some cases informal learning can replace formal learning very well. However, in many cases, an integrated approach will prove more effective. Report from a CapitalWorks study.

Beating the Forgetting Curve with Distributed Practice

Learnnovators

The concept of distributed practice has been known for decades as an effective learning technique but who wants to “study” every day. that discusses how to design and deploy learning interventions drawing our understanding from forgetting curves. Key Concepts in Spacing Learning Over Time : A wonderful video (from Dr. Mark McDaniel, professor of Psychology and Education at Washington University) that discusses some of the key concepts in spacing learning over time.

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Blog Roundup: Social Learning while Social Distancing

LearnDash

From forums to mentors to gamification, this will give you several ideas for how to build a social learning environment for your learners. Key takeaway: “The most obvious and natural way to build social learning is through participation in your forum. Hopefully you have a forum and are encouraging your learners to use it, but if you don’t, consider this your wake-up call.”. 7 of our best blog posts on building community during quarantine.

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Corporate MOOCs Reveal How Badging Can Boost Your Brand

Web Courseworks

A Massive Open Online Course, otherwise known as a MOOC, provides users with unlimited participation and access via the web by including interactive user forums to support community interactions between the users and the instructors. The large user-generated audience creates an online discussion portal for users to refer to if they have questions regarding the course. White Paper Case Study : Microsoft’s Corporate MOOC.

How to Use Microblogging in Workplace Learning

Upside Learning

Broadcasting information – with microblogging information sharing can happen in the real time and anyone make contribution unlike discussion boards or emails. Live Discussion Forums – microblogging is also useful for live discussions. In the learning community #lrnchat is one such example of a Twitter discussion forum. Qualcomm – here is a case study [slide share presentation] on how Qualcomm has used Micro-blogging for learning –.

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BEATING THE FORGETTING CURVE WITH DISTRIBUTED PRACTICE

Learnnovators

The concept of distributed practice has been known for decades as an effective learning technique but who wants to “study” every day. that discusses how to design and deploy learning interventions drawing our understanding from forgetting curves. Key Concepts in Spacing Learning Over Time : A wonderful video (from Dr. Mark McDaniel, professor of Psychology and Education at Washington University) that discusses some of the key concepts in spacing learning over time.

The Changing Face of Corporate L&D

Learnnovators

What are some of the interesting use cases/stories that could inspire others? This report discusses the key findings of the CIPD/Cornerstone OnDemand Annual L&D Survey. The study found that only 33 per cent of those involved in designing and delivering L&D said it had a lasting impact on their people or organisation. Check this infographic that depicts five key findings from the survey (along with some Killer Questions), in case you are hard pressed for time.

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THE CHANGING FACE OF CORPORATE L&D

Learnnovators

What are some of the interesting use cases/stories that could inspire others? This report discusses the key findings of the CIPD/Cornerstone OnDemand Annual L&D Survey. The study found that only 33 per cent of those involved in designing and delivering L&D said it had a lasting impact on their people or organisation. Check this infographic that depicts five key findings from the survey (along with some Killer Questions), in case you are hard pressed for time.

A Different Approach to Adult Learning Design

Raptivity

I recently attended a session by Rick Blunt on eLearning Guild’s online forum ( The eLearning Guild online session Interactivity vs.Interaction: Align their Simplicities and Complexities. ). Source: From presentation by Rick Blunt on Guild online forum According to Rick, when adults start solving a problem, they tend to follow Bloom’s taxonomy. Pedagogy is how you teach children and Andragogy is how you teach adults. So how do adults learn?

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14 Badge Ideas to Engage and Motivate Learners

LearnDash

Case in point: I’m an audiobook addict, and Audible is my app of choice. And, as it so happens, it’s also an excellent case study in how to use gamification to support learners in your course. Others, such as the “Night Owl,” “Weekend Warrior,” and “High Noon” are for listening at certain times of the day, but honestly it feels a little cruel to award badges to learners who are studying at midnight. Discussion Leader: For starting a conversation topic.

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Corporate MOOCs Reveal How Badging Can Boost Your Brand

Web Courseworks

A Massive Open Online Course, otherwise known as a MOOC, provides users with unlimited participation and access via the web by including interactive user forums to support community interactions between the users and the instructors. The large user-generated audience creates an online discussion portal for users to refer to if they have questions regarding the course. White Paper Case Study: Microsoft’s Corporate MOOC.

MOOCs in Performance Support

ID Reflections

IMHO, here are some of the characteristics of a MOOC that offer the possibilities of PS: MOOCs go beyond fixed courses to dynamic context sharing – The “Discussion Forum” that surrounds a MOOC lend itself to dynamic knowledge sharing thus keeping the course content “alive”. M OOCs tap in-house expertise and make tacit knowledge explicit – “Discussion Forums” and “Ask an Expert” tap into the expertise existing in an organization, often in siloes.

9 Rules of Successful LMS Implementation

TalentLMS

Create Virtual Sections With a large number of learners in a single online course, it is easy for the discussion boards, chat rooms, and instructor to become overloaded. When classes are usually divided into sections for the purpose of creating workgroups, it is also a good idea to create virtual sections (or workgroups) for the purpose of keeping the chat rooms, discussion boards, and instructor from becoming overloaded.

Testing Employee Knowledge In Your Online Training Courses

Wizcabin

Online discussions and forums. With online training forums, employees tend to share their ideas with their colleagues. You can also know their level of knowledge by carefully monitoring how they make contributions in the discussion forums. In the case of newbies, you can create a lesson to work them through how they can start blogging that matters. Employ problem-solving case studies.

Meet LearnUpon at World of Learning 2019

LearnUpon

Featuring speakers from all areas of L&D, delegates can choose from a diverse line up of high-profile case studies, interactive seminars, and discussion forums. Join LearnUpon in the NEC Birmingham for this year’s World of Learning conference on the 15th and 16th October. See LearnUpon’s eLearning expert and Outbound Sales Manager, Phily Hayes, in Theatre 1 at 12:00pm on Tuesday 15th.