How to use an LMS to engage your employees beyond training


In today’s corporate world, most companies are using an LMS or some sort of learning platform to train their employees. While an LMS is an excellent tool for online training, these platforms also have many other use cases that companies could benefit from. Blogs.

A great business story starts with you


But given the research and experience that has gone into creating the company, you have a wealth of knowledge to share. To get started, you need to build a “platform” – that is, to boost your visibility by opening channels of communication with your audience. A company blog.


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6 Ways to Encourage Informal Learning in the Workplace


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. Or, if you have a pretty solid marketing strategy in place for your blog and don’t want to derail it, consider making it an internal publication. You could even suggest your employees post more frequently to their personal blogs.

How your brand affects your learning solution

Growth Engineering

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. When it’s put like that, you can understand that your company’s brand is a largely unappreciated feature of the environment, like a wall. Your Brand condenses the company’s values. To make sure your learners display the ideal behaviours, all of the training needs to be built with the values of the company in mind.

The Best eLearning Websites to Bookmark


His vlog provides lots of information via video about starting eLearning projects, creating content and working with eLearning platforms. Resource Type: eLearning Company Blog. Aurion Learning is a blog written by eLearning experts who use unusually creative techniques to help the company’s clients find a solution to L&D challenges. Camtasia’s blog has straightforward tips that really help. Resource Type: eLearning Professionals’ Blog.

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. Anyone can join up for free using their business email address and if a network for their company already exists, they will join it, if it doesn’t it will automatically be set up. This is the most popular blogging platform.

10 Asynchronous learning examples

Ed App

The EdApp platform allows course creators such as yourself to upload videos from your library into the course materials. The EdApp LMS platform allows you to send information to all stakeholders, and this information can be viewed at any time.

Choosing the Best Social Learning Technology for Your Enterprise


Social learning includes a wide variety of platforms and technologies. Do you want your employees to engage in your social learning platform for a few minutes a day, or do you want to make it a more intensive initiative? . If your team will be sharing lots of links to external resources, perhaps a social bookmarking tool is an essential feature for your platform. . You’re a business owner or HR professional who wants to encourage your employees to learn from one another.

Top 5 Reasons No One is Watching Your Video Content

KZO Innovations

If this is the case, take some time to tweak the words you are using to describe your video so that anyone outside of your company would understand what it’s about. Share it on all of your social media platforms , post it to your company blog, and include it in an e-mail blast. Featured-Blog engaging video content high quality video content can benefit your company video content

10 Ways Digital Technology Impacts Employee Engagement

Ed App

For example, a gamified portal at a sales company showed a 417% increase in employee usage, resulting in increased sales and customer satisfaction. Single collaborative platform : Employee collaboration can be digital. Organizations need to have a reliable platform that will help employees work from different locations without having to waste time commuting for meetings. Employee engagement is no mean a task for organizations.

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


It can take the form of product reviews, blogs, forum posts, job aids, product and company wikis, and even case studies. By giving users a platform to share their thoughts and ideas, you can increase policy adoption. Still, you’ll need to make sure that users have the proper platforms to not only share responsibly but share via official channels that really give them voices. Imagine that you’re spending a leisurely day shopping at the mall.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 3

Fort Hill Company

Our first two blog posts in this 3-part series focused on the benefits of moving away from the “course mindset” and moving toward a “learning campaign mindset” that drives stronger participant engagement and performance improvement. With 70-20, the learning challenges provide the context for the group’s collaboration, and make visible what is often largely invisible and difficult to measure when people work outside a shared 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.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 1

Fort Hill Company

Using data gathered from a variety of Fort Hill’s clients who have implemented the 70-20® learning activation platform, we can now assess the relative value of learning journeys vs. standalone courses. 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.

High Performance Learning with 70-20®

Fort Hill Company

Realizing we needed to do a better job supporting social and experiential learning, and measuring impact, I decided to implement the 70-20® learning activation platform with cohorts going through the two Academies in Greater China, Japan, Singapore and other countries in the region this year. The post High Performance Learning with 70-20® appeared first on Fort Hill Company. 70-20 Conversation with Sarah Yamagata, Head of Learning & Development. RGF Group. Tokyo, Japan.

The Ultimate eLearning Resources Guide (2020 Update)


Company Blogs. Degreed is a learning experience platform (LXP) that centers on employee skills development. The Degreed at Work blog is jam-packed with the latest insights, research, trends, and events. Elucidat is a great authoring tool with an equally awesome blog.

How to Build an Online Learning Sponsorship Program

WBT Systems

They’re the thought leaders who share their wisdom and advice on their company blog, host webinars, speak at conferences, or participate in online communities. Are companies targeted throughout the year by different departments asking them to advertise here, exhibit there, or sponsor this or that? Blog association Continuing Professional Development planning professional development program development revenue sponsorship

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.

The Ultimate eLearning Resources Guide


eLearning Professionals’ Blogs. Cathy Moore’s blog aims to do just that. From overviews of industry events to the future of eLearning, David Kelly’s blog has lots to delve into. This blog is aimed at helping organizations embrace and improve their eLearning and it does just that! The Rapid E-learning Blog. His blog focuses on people working in the eLearning industry and how you can become an eLearning pro. that pretty much sums up Tanmay Vora’s blog.