2022

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Debrief Activities Because Adults Need Virtual Learning That Sticks

InSync Training

True learning can only occur in the virtual classroom when we design intellectually engaging debrief activities for adults that drive the point home.

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How Research Informs My Work

Experiencing eLearning

If you’re not active in L&D Twitter, you might have missed the big debate recently about whether and how research is relevant to the work of instructional designers and corporate training professionals. While some of that was likely deliberately controversial to generate traffic, the discussion raised some important points. Sometimes, we perceive a disconnect between research and practice.

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How BRAIN-SCIENCE and a Psychologically Safe Environment Transforms Virtual Learning

InSync Training

The term “brain-science” is used to introduce new and improved approaches to instructional design and delivery. Experienced facilitators strive to create a psychologically safe environment where learners feel free to ask questions without judgment or ridicule from their peers.

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How to Learn about Learning Science

Experiencing eLearning

I have written before about how research informs my work. As instructional designers, LXDs, and other L&D professionals, I think it’s important for us to learn how to design more effective learning experiences. Our work should be informed by research and evidence. But, how do you learn about learning science, especially if you don’t have a graduate degree in instructional design?

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Content Distribution Made Easy: Serving Customers Your High Compliance Training

You invest a lot of time and energy in creating high compliance and regulatory training for your customers. And chances are, you want to make it as easy as possible for them to take your courses and track training completion statuses for audit purposes for risk and compliance departments. And if they aren’t able to access your high stakes training, the consequences for your customers can be extremely costly.

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The Value Of Learning And Development

eLearning Industry

To find out if L&D is a revenue center at your organization, look at who is in the room when the goals are set. If L&D is at the table, they are contributing valuable training products that enhance the overall business strategy and the bottom line. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Approaching perfection

E-Learning Provocateur

I’ve never understood the rationale of the 80% pass mark. Which 20% of our work are we prepared to do wrongly? It might explain the universally poor state of CX that companies are evidently willing to wear, but it’s arguably more serious when we consider the acronym-laden topics that are typically rolled out via e-learning, such as OHS and CTF.

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Announcing LearnDash Cloud, a Hosted WordPress Solution for Course Creators

LearnDash

Since 2013, course creators have relied on LearnDash to create dynamic online courses and grow their businesses. We’re now the premier learning management system for WordPress, but we’ve also heard from many customers who would like to use LearnDash but don’t already have a site on WordPress. For many creators and small business owners, the prospect of securing hosting, purchasing a domain, and installing WordPress can be daunting.

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How To Design, Develop and Deliver eLearning

B Online Learning

B Online Learning’s Master eLearning Course is designed to bring together the technical aspects of eLearning with the principles of adult learning with hands on practical application. Let’s take a […]. The post How To Design, Develop and Deliver eLearning appeared first on B Online Learning.

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Bethune #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Clark Quinn

Kevin Bethune kicked off the 2022 DevLearn conference with a personal story about getting to delivering strategic innovation. Talking about interdisciplinary work that has an impact, he ended up laying out factors in leadership to support innovation. (Apologies, I had to take a brief break, so I missed a small bit. Sorry.). The post Bethune #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap appeared first on Learnlets.

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Take Onboarding to New Heights

To respond to rapid changes in demand, Delta Air Lines needed an employee onboarding program designed and implemented in 4 weeks. AllenComm not only delivered on time, but their collaboration with Delta also revolutionized how the org supports learning and demonstrated that experiential learning within a hybrid learning ecosystem can significantly increase speed to proficiency.

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Five competences to develop to facilitate hybrid sessions

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

I get quite a few invitations for workshops on facilitating hybrid sessions. Hybrid sessions are with a group in the room and a few (or many!) online. During our blended learning course in collaboration with Kessels and Smit Belgium we experimented quite a bit: with methods do I use in a hybrid session? engaging participants in different ways and different setups from everyone online on the beamer to 'heads on a laptop'.

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Immersive Learning: Three (Not So) Curious Use Cases For Immersive Learning

eLearning Learning Submitted Articles

Discover why immersive learning is so effective, and explore three powerful use cases and applications for AR, VR, and XR learning.

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10 Ways To Improve Your Hippocampus Function

Growth Engineering

The hippocampus function is the part of the brain that stores memories. We’ll look at how it works and how you can supercharge its function!

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7 Ways an LMS Can Strengthen Your Competency Management Program

Avilar

Do you rely on competency data to inform strategic workforce and business decisions? Here are 7 ways an LMS can improve your competency management program.

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Experience the Benefit of Fully Trainable AI-Powered Learning Companions

As a training manager looking to amplify your team's results, Knowledge Avatars are the next level. Beyond mere chatbots, Knowledge Avatars are companions, interactive tutors ready to educate the urgent information your team needs to excel in their roles. Knowledge Avatars are versatile and adaptable personal coaches! They can be customized with your company's knowledge via a simple upload of your data.

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UX, Accessibility, & More: ID Links 5/24/22

Experiencing eLearning

As I read online, I bookmark resources I find interesting and useful. I share these links periodically here on my blog. This post includes links on UX, accessibility, branching scenarios, Twine, instructional design blogs, free/freemium tools, and systems thinking. UX. 7 Articles To Help You Improve Your eLearning Designs. A curated list of UX resources from Mel Milloway with relevance for elearning development.

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Metaverse And L&D: The Next Frontier In eLearning Or Just Another Fad?

eLearning Industry

Though the Metaverse is in its infancy, it’s not a “fad”—with some real-world Metaverse higher learning already in flight. In this article, I outline some Metaverse-enabled real-world L&D applications and crystal-ball some futuristic use cases. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Ask a Psychometrician, Part I: What’s a Psychometrician?

SweetRush

Want to write better, smarter, fairer tests and rubrics? You’ve got a case for a psychometrician! Learn how these assessment MVPs measure progress and mastery.

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Not our job

E-Learning Provocateur

Despite the prevailing rhetoric for the Learning & Development function to be “data driven”, data for the purposes of evaluating what we do is notoriously hard to come by. Typically we collect feedback from happy sheets (which I prefer to call unhappy sheets ) and confirm learning outcomes via some form of assessment. In my experience, however, behavioural change is reported much less often, while anything to do with business metrics even less so.

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The Ultimate Guide to Monetizing Customer Learning

Every decision that goes into your learning monetization strategy matters for your organization’s bottom line. Our research has shown a clear correlation between high program maturity (and ROI!) and choosing the right monetization strategy. This eBook contains clear, actionable ways to approach packaging and pricing models that will help your association grow revenue, improve profitability, and drive expansion into new markets.

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4 Psychology Backed Strategies to Keep Your Online Learners Motivated

LearnDash

According to a study from MIT , online course providers are experiencing an increase in signups but later succumb to the struggles of low completion rates. The study cites an average dropout rate of 96% amongst their Harvard cohorts. This is no different from the obstacles that online course creators face. With the absence of face-to-face interaction, keeping learners motivated and engaged enough to finish is proving to be a mountain of an obstacle for anyone opting to offer their courses online

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The Power of Microlearning Videos in Corporate Training

CommLab India

Are you looking to harness the power of microlearning videos for your employee training program? Here are the top 7 ways to incorporate microlearning videos with your corporate training program.

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Changes to the Coursera team

Coursera

Earlier today, Coursera CEO Jeff Maggioncalda shared the following email with Coursera employees: Courserians, My 25 years as a CEO have included some pretty rough times – the dot com bubble bursting, the 2008 financial crisis, and a global lockdown. While macroeconomic challenges are always tough, I know from experience that it’s most painful when those factors impact people’s livelihoods.

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Online Coaching Is So Hot It’s Now Disrupting Leadership Development

Josh Bersin on Enterprise Learning

Online coaching has become a white-hot market and it’s totally disrupting leadership development. Vendors like BetterUp , Torch , CoachHub , Bravely , SoundingBoard , Pluma (owned by Skillsoft), and Ezra have now become some of the fastest-growing vendors in the training (and HR Tech) market. BetterUp, the market leader, is now valued at over.

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Modernizing Hiring: The Rise of Contingent Recruitment in 2024

The job market is changing fast, and to stay ahead, your hiring strategy needs to be flexible. With recent economic shifts, more companies are turning to contingent workers for their adaptability and cost savings. In fact, 32% of businesses are already prioritizing contingent over traditional full-time positions. Curious to learn more? In our new guide, you'll discover: The major benefits of incorporating contingent workers into your team.

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Nick Shackleton Jones | Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

eLearning Learning Submitted Articles

In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Nick Shackleton Jones shares his insights on how people really learn. He explains his views on the difference between education and learning in the context of our workplaces. Nick’s recommendation to provide relevant resources, accessible at the point of need to our people at work, so as to ensure that ‘less learning’ will take place, is highly thought-provoking.

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Global eTraining Announces Sponsorship by Dell, Intel, and Nvidia

Global eTraining

Edmonton, Alberta – Global eTraining is excited to announce a new sponsorship from Dell , Intel , and Nvidia – world-class leaders in technical innovation and digital transformation. This will include the sponsorship of ten individual ‘GeT Everything’ courses, including: AutoCAD 2D Drafting and Annotation: The Complete Guide. AutoCAD 3D: The Complete Guide.

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The 2023 Outlook for Non-Dues Revenue

WBT Systems

After nearly three years of pandemic and economic uncertainty, what has your association learned? Are you doing anything differently? Have you stopped doing anything? What are you better at now?

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2022 Top 40 Learning Systems Award Winners

Talented Learning

The learning systems landscape continues to thrive in 2022, and we celebrate learning tech excellence in all its forms. Check these top 40 vendors we'e chosen as our Learning Systems Award Winners!

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Quickly Create Personalized Learning Experiences that Work

How can we actively engage learners 24/7, on their level and according to their interests, while respecting their learning styles? It’s not impossible. In this guide: Explore how to transform traditional, one-way videos into two-way interactive learning experiences Understand different types of artificial intelligence (AI), including - Generative vs.

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Three Storytelling Tips To Jumpstart Your eLearning Modules

eLearning Industry

Having trained 47 TEDx speakers to deliver winning TED talks, Dr. Marina Theodotou shares three storytelling tips to jumpstart your eLearning modules. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Story Machines

Learning with e's

An old friend and acquaintance of mine from my years in academia recently published a new book. The book is Story Machines, by Mike Sharples. It's one that fascinates me because it combines two of the key interests in my life - technology and story telling. I have been involved in educational technology since 1979, and still teach and speak about my research in the area even today.

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I don’t know

E-Learning Provocateur

Despite its honesty, the humble phrase “I don’t know” is widely feared. From the fake-it-til-you-make-it mindset of consultants to the face-saving responses of executives , we puny humans are psychologically conditioned to have all the answers – or at least be seen to. Of course, demanding all the answers is the premise of summative assessment, especially when it’s in the form of the much maligned multiple-choice quiz.

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