Virtual Team Management

ID Reflections

I was going through the Demonstrations and Case Studies on the Enspire Learning website when I came across a marvelous simulation on Virtual Team Management. These communicate body language and gestures and are best for decision making and addressing problems.

Excerpt from Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning

Kapp Notes

SAP partnered with an e-learning design company, Enspire Learning , located in Austin, Texas to craft six, hour-long modules tackling six major difficulties with distributed, or “virtual,” teams the training including a 20-minute capstone simulation for each of the six modules. Enspire and SAP recognized the significant design challenge of meaningfully discussing cultural differences while remaining sensitive to the cultures of learners world-wide.

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Organizational Training Lessons from Universities


This post is adapted from content originally posted on the Enspire Learning Blog Better learning, better retention, better transfer, and better business results — critical goals of any organization’s training and development program.

7 Tips for Better E-Learning Scenarios

Rapid eLearning

A great way to create a pull-type course is build it around problem-solving scenarios. However, if you’re really trying to change behaviors and performance with your elearning courses, than building scenarios and problem-solving activities is a good way to go.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: eLearning Guild Event Take Home Point #1

Learning Visions

The group included Andy Snider ( Snider Associates ), Bjorn Billhardt ( Enspire Learning ), Pete LeDoux ( GeoLearning ), Doug Foster ( D Foster Associates ), Adam Girard (Bank of America) and myself. Did she see a problem with that? She doesnt have a training problem. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Objection to Learning Objectives

Learning Visions

I think the problem from the learner (and designer) perspective is that they are stated as if the learner will be or is a passive participant. What if they were presented as "challenges"--in the course, you will be challenged to learn or have the opportunity to solve these problems?