What to Expect When You Get Your Learning Modules from a Leader in eLearning Innovation

eLearning Company

It is widely known that the eLearning industry has been quite hot in the recent years with more and more companies realizing the advantages an eLearning module can offer as compared to a classroom training session.

AI-Powered eLearning with IBM Watson – Case Study

eLearning Company

The Problem We Faced Whether you are developing eLearning or in-person training, a truly effective training program requires selecting the correct approach that will ensure that the training meets its goals.

Quizzes Improve Knowledge Retention

eLearning Company

Not surprisingly, practicing memory retrieval produces more knowledge retention than other effective techniques. The post Quizzes Improve Knowledge Retention appeared first on eLearning Company Blog.

LearnDash Spotlight: Major Spanish University

LearnDash

From time-to-time we like to do a spotlight on individuals who are using LearnDash to effectively deliver elearning on their WordPress powered sites. His company has implemented LearnDash at the Spanish university UNED (Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia).

6 Ways to Encourage Informal Learning in the Workplace

LearnDash

Blog about it. We’ve written before about some of the positive side effects of running a blog. Open your company blog to more employees, and encourage them to post about industry-related topics. Some people enjoy blogs, others prefer presentations.

Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Performance Learning Productivity

A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers.

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Why This? Why Now? “Working Out Loud”

Learning Rebels

Because when we share our work; we grow, we learn, and we collectively get better and smarter (therefore, more effective, productive and efficient). ” Share what you are working on the company blog and department newsletter.

5 Tips for Marketing eLearning Courses to your Employees

LearnUpon

Or maybe you’re not marketing your courses effectively enough! Will it save them time, or help them organize their time more effectively? You should also take advantage of existing company collateral to give courses a familiar feel. Training your employees is a smart move.

How your brand affects your learning solution

Growth Engineering

It’s an easy thing to overlook, or take for granted, but your brand has a significant effect on your business. It’s the face you show your customers, the voice you use to address the world and it’s the first thing that comes to mind whenever your company’s name is mentioned.

What corporates can learn from the Top 10 Tools for Learning 2012

Jane Hart

If your organization doesn’t like the idea of using Twitter for company conversations, then the next best thing is to set up some sort of corporate company (Twitter-like) network. This is the most popular blogging platform.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 2

Fort Hill Company

In Part 1 of our Learning Campaigns Blog series, we highlighted data from a number of clients using Fort Hill’s 70-20 learning activation platform to support their learning initiatives. The table below shows the results from the five learning campaigns that were discussed in Part 1 of this Blog series: Importance of Validation. The post Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 2 appeared first on Fort Hill Company.

High Performance Learning with 70-20®

Fort Hill Company

We did not have an effective way to measure ROI and support the learning application phase once participants returned to their offices in different countries. Historically, we sent surveys to gather some indication of how new skills were applied, but there was no way to keep the group connected virtually to continue their shared learning, or to hold people accountable for effective practice and performance improvement on the job.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Fort Hill Company

At the time in the late 1980s, Michael Lombardo and I were teaching a course at the Center called Tools for Developing Effective Executives. Since we were teaching a course about how to develop effective executives, we could not use the adverse situations (can’t plan for or arrange them for people) and personal experiences outside of work (again, can’t plan for them). A number of companies including 3M have also replicated the study and found roughly the same results.

Making 70-20 Learning Visible

Fort Hill Company

The first impact is that you likely are using a device to read this Blog that literally owes its existence to the Informal Learning of Betty Jean, Fran, Bill, Paul, Steve and Steve. We promised our session attendees a report on what we learned from their informal learning tweets, and we’ll also post a copy of this report in a future 70-20® Blog. The post Making 70-20 Learning Visible appeared first on Fort Hill Company. How We Did It at ATD 2016.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 1

Fort Hill Company

This will be a three-part blog series that will examine learning campaigns from three perspectives: 1) participant engagement; 2) performance improvement; and 3) social learning. Learning campaigns are an effective alternative approach to providing “one and done” training courses or assigning people a list of uninspiring eLearning modules (the traditional “10’s” in a corporate training curriculum).

Emerging Technologies for Online Learning 2015 Presenter Profile – Dr. Ulanda Forbess

TechSmith Camtasia

I am constantly on the hunt for technologies that are exciting, efficient, and effective – with effective being the operative idea. Because one of my former students came back to me after graduation asking for help on how to build a company blog.

User-Generated Content is Going to Set Your Digital Learning Apart

eLearningMind

It can take the form of product reviews, blogs, forum posts, job aids, product and company wikis, and even case studies. By creating content to that effect, users offer hyper-relevant communication that colleagues can relate to and use immediately. Start small: Invite a handful of employees to contribute to a company blog or encourage them to be active on an organizational forum. Imagine that you’re spending a leisurely day shopping at the mall.

70-20-10 : No longer applicable to online learning – and here’s why

eLearning 24-7

They show reports from various research firms, companies and grab info off the internet – “See this verifies that it is still in play. One on one to me is most effective from an online standpoint, via a web cam session – in real time. I’ve seen all types of responses when people ask questions, and it gets back to the whole “if I don’t know”, how could I effectively respond? When we know that ILT is not as effective as online learning.

Beta Program, Email List, Acquisition - A Case Study in What Not to Do

Tony Karrer

A company with a very good product (the leader in its category) asked its leading users to participate in a Beta program right around the time they were acquired. The acquired company established a listserve mailing list and put all of their top users on the list.Here a few of the emails (there are about 80 in total), but you'll get the idea: Dec 8, 2005 Once the beta is ready I am sure they'll let us know first. Probably the new company has a different way to select beta testers.

Analysts and Blogging

Janet Clarey

I write an analyst blog and contribute to a group blog for my employer, Brandon Hall Research. The blogs are on the company’s URL. I also have this blog on my own URL here. So it was interesting to read of Forrester Research’s directive to analysts using their own personally branded research blogs: take them down or re-direct them to the Forrester site. Read my analyst blog and you’ll know I am curious, innovative, and ambitious.