Sat.May 26, 2018 - Fri.Jun 01, 2018

10 Ways to Enhance Professional Development with an LMS

KnowledgeAnywhere

Modern employees value professional growth and development, it’s not just about the paycheck. If a company doesn’t want to see high turnover of their best and brightest, it’s important to offer satisfying opportunities for professional development.

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Why You Need a True Knowledge Sharing Culture (And What it Takes to Establish One)

Docebo

Technology can be one of your greatest assets in nurturing a knowledge sharing culture. The concept might seem simple enough, but there’s much more to establishing a knowledge sharing culture than meet the eye.

6 Ways to Powerfully Engage and Educate Millennials with Corporate Training

Your Training Edge

The most important thing that separates millennials from any other generation is the fact that they were the first generation to born in the era of the internet. Anyone who was born between 1980 and 2000 had grown up surrounded by electronic gadgets and smarter devices.

Top 6 Predominant Trends of eLearning in 2018

JoomlaLMS

Everything in our life is governed by change. As the years pass by and we grow older, we realize that our mind, emotions, and body are consistently changing. There’s no such thing as fixed. Why Should Teachers Adopt eLearning Practices in their Classroom? Blog articles

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3 Reasons to Prioritize On-Demand Customer Training

How can you provide a great onboarding experience while keeping up with a growing customer base? By leveraging on-demand training. This guide describes three benefits of adding on-demand training to your onboarding process. Click here to download.

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Finance Market Simulations Teach You How to Grow Your Wealth

Your Training Edge

According to a CNBC story , Warren Buffet started his first business of selling lemonade when he was just 5-years old. He chose to sell it in front of his friend’s house which saw more traffic. As a 10-year old, Warren got a chance to visit New York.

Essential Tips To Deliver Localized Training Over Personal Mobile Devices

G-Cube

Localization of courses is important when it comes to training diversified audiences. With technological innovations and mobile learning development, localization has developed significantly over the past few years.

You Can (and Should) Include Gamification in Your Courses

TLC Media Design

Who doesn’t enjoy playing a game or two? Using games for education and training can provide many benefits to employers and their employees. And with Generation Y growing up playing games on their tablets in their strollers it’s only going to get bigger. They not only are tech savvy, they want to work for businesses. The post You Can (and Should) Include Gamification in Your Courses appeared first on TLC Media Design, LLC.

Ten suggestions for interaction-rich virtual classroom sessions

Clive on Learning

Amazingly, web conferencing has been with us now for close to 20 years. As a tool for virtual meetings it is well established and widely used; as a means for live, online group learning experiences it has never evolved much beyond being ‘one for the future’.

State of the Front-Line Manager

It's no secret that front-line managers are essential to your organization's success. They form the base of your leadership development funnel and, most likely, account for over half of all your organization's leaders. Improving how front-line managers perform yields mouthwatering increases in how individual contributors perform.

Does Gamification Actually Work? Yes, and Here’s Why

Bottom-Line Performance

I’m a big Twitter fan; I use it to curate content and pay attention to people whose opinions I care […]. The post Does Gamification Actually Work? Yes, and Here’s Why appeared first on Bottom-Line Performance. Learning Games

Finding Design Inspiration

eLearning Brothers

As a graphic designer, I need to tap into my creativity on a daily basis. Creativity, like any other mental or physical activity, becomes easier, and more natural, the more we use it.

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Lower Your Cybersecurity Risks with Proper Employee Training

Your Training Edge

In today’s high-technology business world a company must learn to use their internet resources safely and responsibly. There’s just no way around it, with the amount of highly sensitive data stored on company databases, no one can afford to take a relaxed approach to cybersecurity.

Don’t Ransack My Movies (DRM): Options Around Securing Online Video

Web Courseworks

Have you invested a heap of money and sweat into creating videos for users of your LMS? Are you thinking about creating such videos but are afraid they will land many more places on the internet than just your site?

How to Price and Package Customer Training

To charge or not to charge? That is the question many customer training teams are facing today. The answer, however, is not always a straightforward yes or no. Download this guide to learn more.

Customer Training – Best Practices

eLearning 24-7

If your company, business, association and firm are one of the hundreds of thousands places out there that provide customer training, this post is for you. Whether you offer it for free as a benefit for them purchasing your product/service/membership, and so forth, or you charge them, attracting, attaining and growing the base is crucial.

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The skillset of a blended trainer or facilitator: technology is overrated

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

This week I co-organized the #Trainingtrends2018 session in Utrecht (the Netherlands) with some 90 participants. It was fun. Amazing that we are already working on blended designs for 10 years and for some this a really new area. I think the change is relatively slow because it is shift in mindset.

PERFORMANCE SUPPORT:  Running the Entire Race

Living in Learning

In the comparison to a 400-meter relay race, Training does not fail. Training delivers a quality product for 25% of the race and makes a successful hand off to…ummm…the Help Desk? This is not a sustainable solution. Training doesn’t fail…the expectations of what training can deliver fails, and that’s because expectations are not aligned with the entire scope of the race. This is a misdiagnosis of how to sustain a dynamic learning performance ecosystem.

The neuroscience of attention and why instructional designers should know about it

Matrix

You know all those classic arguments couples have that begin with “I told you but you never listen!”? In truth, the listening part is not the issue, the remembering (or absence of) is the real problem. Paying attention is no easy thing and grabbing and holding someone’s attention is even trickier.

The Secret to Getting Learning Results May Not Be What You Think

Do you struggle to achieve measurable results with your learning solutions? If so, you’re not alone. According to CEB, traditional training only creates 37% learning transfer. This guide explores the causes of poor transfer and concrete steps to achieving better outcomes.

Context is key

Clark Quinn

Workflow learning is one of the new buzzphrases. The notion is that you deliver learning to the point of need, instead of taking people away from the workflow. And I’m a fan. But it’s not as easy as it sounds! Context is a critical issue in making this work, and that’s non-trivial.

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Introducing the Key Components of #projectvegas

B Online Learning

One of the most frequent things I’ve heard over the years is, “Why do I do so much training just to learn how […]. The post Introducing the Key Components of #projectvegas appeared first on B Online Learning. Delivery LMS

Should Your Association Have a Podcast Channel?

Blue Sky eLearn

Podcasts have become increasingly popular over the past decade and as a millennial I am going to give my insights as to why. Prefacing my opinions, I would like to talk about two studies I came across that revealed notable insights on U.S. citizens and podcasts. The first is a 2018 study conducted by Nielsen and Edison Research which found: 42% of millennials, ages 18-34, listen to at least one podcast a week. 17% of the entire population listens to at least one podcast a week.

How to Support Diverse Learners in Global Classrooms

InSync Training

A Modern Learning on the Air Interview with Beth Yoder and Peter Byebierggaard. Bersin research confirmed what many of us already know: global teams define the modern workforce. Our organizations include diverse teams, connected by innovative technologies. Organizationally learning functions now work in a new standard: multicultural classrooms. Learners bring unique and varied viewpoints to our training events. And that’s fantastic! But how does Learning & Development support this reality?

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Your Guide to Creating a Customer Onboarding Program

Even if you don’t have a formal program in place, customer onboarding is already happening at your organization. The question is, are you dictating it and guaranteeing a great experience? If not, this guide can help help.

Nuances Matter

Clark Quinn

I’ve argued before that the differences between well-designed and well-produced learning, and just well-produced learning, are subtle. And, in general, nuances matter. So, in my recent book, the section on misconceptions spent a lot of time unpacking some terms.

Reprise: Training Will Not Eliminate Racist Behavior in Starbucks

The Peformance Improvement

In a letter that Howard Schultz, Executive Chairman of Starbucks , published in today's New York Times, he describes what his stores and offices will be doing this afternoon to address the problem of racial bias in the company: .

Word to Moodle

Moodle Journal

A recently discovered plugin feature for me anywayy for Moodle is the MicroSoft Word import feature for Lessons as part of the new ATTO editor, I guess because I have been concentrating on making scorm content this kind of material, it just slipped past me, well that’s my excuse anyway. The plugin supports the.docx extension, but not older types though, but the real cool thing is that just about everything you have in the file will come across and format OK and that should include LibreOffice 5.x

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3 Tips for Successful Virtual Learning Events

InSync Training

What is there left to learn about designing, producing, and facilitating virtual learning? So much! This blog is the second in a series recapping the recent Virtual Classroom Panel hosted by eLearning Guild during their 2018 Learning Solutions Conference. Read the first post, What are the Biggest Virtual Classroom Tool Challenges? Experts Say…. With all the virtual tools in all the land, creating successful live online learning programs requires planning.

Living up to the Promise of eLearning: Closing the Learning-Doing Gap

It’s well documented that people leave managers – not companies. Download this guide to learn how to shift the perspective from event to journey and how to take learners through Proficiency Journeys to get results.

MacGyver of Modern Learning: 8 Ingenious Ways to Re-purpose Online Training Content

Visual Lounge

You may not be able to combine a toothpick and a piece of chewing gum to whip up a metal detector, but you can convert existing online training materials into memorable online training activities for modern employees. All it takes is a bit of imagination and your current L&D repository.

Reprise: Training Will Not Eliminate Racist Behavior in Starbucks

The Peformance Improvement

In a letter that Howard Schultz, Executive Chairman of Starbucks , published in today's New York Times, he describes what his stores and offices will be doing this afternoon to address the problem of racial bias in the company: .

Opinion: Moodle’s Elephant in the Room

LearnDash

Simply put: Moodle needs to sell itself better. Every now and again I like to revisit Moodle to see how they are coming along with development. The truth is that Moodle acted as an inspiration for our own open-source learning management system. Deep down I am always hoping for it to do well. It has been a while since the last time I looked at Moodle so I decided to go check it out again. Let’s look at the messaging for a moment.

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