Sat.Mar 03, 2018 - Fri.Mar 09, 2018

Microlearning for Knowledge Retention

TLC Media Design

Do you consider yourself an instructional designer, developer, teacher, curriculum writer, coach? Whatever your title preference we all have the same goal, not to just write training material, but to have our learners be able to pull out and retain the information that we put in.

How to Take a Learning Experience From Miserable to Memorable

Bottom-Line Performance

Imagine you own a travel business. You decide to specialize in trips to Europe. It’s up to you to define the itinerary and make all decisions regarding what a group will do. Now imagine two groups of travelers and two trip purposes. One trip is for educational purposes.

10 Astonishing Corporate Training Statistics and What You Can Learn From Each

Your Training Edge

The business world is changing at a rapid pace, therefore if you want to compete in today’s dynamic business environment, you will have to train your employees for it. This is where corporate training comes into play.

Why Training Fails…and What We Can Do About It

eLearning Brothers

Before becoming an instructional designer ten years ago, I was a teacher. As I reflect back on the education courses I took in graduate school, I think of a class that seemed odd at first, but then ended up being one of my favorites. It was called Change Strategies.

Why Every Tech Company Needs a Customer Enablement Program

Want to increase your customer lifetime value? Join Skilljar's next webinar on 4/19! Learn why the subscription economy matters, and how you can set your customers up for success from day one. Register now.

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Using Decreasing Attention Spans to your Advantage

Origin Learning

We have been constantly bombarded with data-driven reports and survey-results that mark the sharp dip in learner attention-spans. These reports also highlight the reduced attention span among learners in the corporate world.

Go For It – Goal Setting Tips Part 2

eLearning Brothers

By now, you’ve used the steps in the Dream tip to identify your one dream. So what is your one dream? Is it a personal or work-related one? Let’s take a look at how we turn that dream into a goal.

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7-Steps to Creating an Effective E-learning Program Part 5: Evaluation

Your Training Edge

Evaluation of your training programs should be occurring at all times. But keep in mind that e-learning evaluation is different; the goal may be the same but your methods will change slightly. When you evaluate your e-learning program, there are two areas to focus on: learner and content.

Boost your eLearning content strategy to engage modern learners

Docebo

Join this webinar and learn why your old eLearning content is not working with modern learners. Today’s workforce is rapidly changing and this is why your old content won’t work with modern learners.

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

Off-the-shelf elearning is applicable for a wide audience, but it won’t address your organization’s unique situations or distinctive content. So are these courses all that helpful? For sure! Read on for 7 secrets to make off-the-self learning your own.

Start-up growth Challenge

Challenge to Learn

Being CEO of a start-up with triple-digit growth. Every start-up goes through several life stages. At some point, it stops being a start-up and becomes a “scale-up” company instead. That time has come for Easygenerator. This means my role as a CEO is changing significantly.

Go For It – Goal Setting Tips Part 3

eLearning Brothers

Using Tip 2 , you set your goal. You’re displaying it visibly and viewing it often every day. Viewing your goal is a great start, but now it’s time for action. Without action, a goal is only a wish.

Creating a Culture of Leadership

Your Training Edge

Many organizational managers assume that by adding leadership training or a leadership development program that they are able to create a culture that accepts leadership. The move from non-existent leadership to a leadership culture takes time – and a few steps in between.

Fresh faces

Clive on Learning

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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.

Emerging Scope Of E-Learning & Development In The Utility Sector

G-Cube

In today’s modern scenario, most of the companies in the Utility industry deliver customized e-learning solutions to cater to the needs of all. Exponential changes in the core digital technologies have accelerated the scope of innovation.

Introducing Docebo 7.4

Docebo

Design, adapt, build, and manage your learner’s unique needs. We are excited to announce the release of Docebo 7.4, that gives you the power to design, build and manage any page or menu of your learning platform, in minutes, adapting them to the unique needs of your diverse learner groups.

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7 Reasons Why All Team Members Should Have Social Media Training

Your Training Edge

We cannot ignore the integral role which social media platforms are now playing in our digitally connected world, and just how important they are for any marketing strategy within a modern business or start-up.

Five things to remember before you press record

Clive on Learning

Video has fast become the medium of choice for digital learning, maybe not yet for every employer but certainly for the overwhelming majority of learners. Want to find out how to do something? Watch a video. Want to explore technical subject matter? Watch a video.

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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.

Microlearning: Fad or Fantastic?

Web Courseworks

Let’s face it, most all of us turn to Google to verify facts and learn something new. Recently, I watched a video on how to convert my garage florescence tube fixtures for LED blubs.

Myths and Legends – Learning Systems

eLearning 24-7

In the mid seventies, as a child, my folks went up to the area where the Lincoln County war was (i.e. Billy the Kid territory). At a restaurant there, upon checking out, they had an enclosed area with artifacts. One of them, was according to the restaurant, Geronimo’s finger. Now, to me as a kid, it looked like a tootsie roll. . They told me, it was his finger. How they got it, never said, or at least I think I never asked.

7-Steps to Creating an Effective E-learning Program Part 6: Modification

Your Training Edge

Your e-learning program has rolled out and has come under constant evaluation. What are you doing with the evaluation data? If you’re filing it away, that’s not quite enough.

Interview with an Expert: Beth Hayson, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

Blue Sky eLearn

Beth Hayson has been working in education at associations for the past 20 years, with 14 of them being with AAOMS. Beth is the Associate Executive Director of Continuing Education, Meetings and Exhibitions at the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. She’s been working with AAOMS for the past 14 years and has spent 20 years working in education in some capacity at associations. How long have you been involved with eLearning? Since I began working at AAOMS in 2002.

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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.

The meta-program

Clark Quinn

A couple of weeks ago, I posited what I thought might make the basis for a sustainable degree program. That is, one that prepares students for a world with increasing change.

Sexism and Harassment Are Rampant in the Workplace

The Peformance Improvement

BRUSSELS — For the first time, a Belgian criminal court has convicted a man of “sexism in the public space,” for verbally abusing a female police officer who tried to question him after he was seen jaywalking.

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Riding the bus or your bike? How to Pick the Right Microlearning

InSync Training

Microlearning possesses a clay-like quality: you can mold it to support any moment of learning need. Addressing a critical knowledge area in an in-person, formal learning event? Use microlearning! Striving to informally help learners with a process back on the job? Share a microlearning resource

Instructional designer vs learning experience designer: what’s in a name?

Kineo

From the outside of the learning industry looking in, there may be a lot of confusion between the terms “instructional designer” and “learning experience designer” - in fact, from the inside there’s some confusion as well. I’ve written before about the many shades of instructional design and know that the definitions and labels we all use mean something a little different to pretty much everyone you talk to.

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.

Activity or Application?

Clark Quinn

I’m a fan of Michael Allen’s, not only because he knows his stuff and he’s a very good person, but also because he has a knack for making things accessible.

25 more real-world examples of Virtual Reality

E-Learning Provocateur

A couple of years ago I started up Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week to promote real-world applications of virtual reality. The inaugural #VRwolweek unearthed 20 real-world examples of the emerging technology, and the enduring popularity of that blog post tells me that we are hungry for more.

Social Learning in Multicultural Groups

InSync Training

I n the late 1800s, Skagen, a town at the very northern part of Denmark, was home to a group of what was then considered intellectual radicals. The group is mostly famous for painters such as P.S. Krøyer and Anna and Michael Anker and more, but other forward thinkers were involved as well. During the day these highly knowledgeable people would work on their projects, and in the evening they would gather at a hotel to eat, drink, and share ideas together.