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5 Big Don’ts for Successful Webinar Presentations - Tip #211

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Don’t drag with facts I have learned, from my experience in doing webinars, that you immediately lose your audience’s attention the moment you start your presentation with facts. Nothing is enticing nor motivating about going through a litany of learning objectives, or stating compliance policies, or showing a bunch of technical data. Don’t prolong Information overload is the bane of any audience. Learn more about story and experience-based eLearning.

How to Create Context-Setting Learning Objectives - Tip #162

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We are inundated by the constant and steady bombardment of information from just about any form of media available - on a daily basis. According to Dr. Daniel Levitin, PhD , author of the bestselling book This is Your Brain On Music, we process 34 gigabytes of information during our leisure time alone and we would have created a world with 300 exabytes of human made information. The need to refocus learning objectives based on the needs of learners becomes apparent.


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Evaluating Sales Training Programs


Consider this — ATD collected information from over 2500 firms and found companies that offer comprehensive training enjoy a 24% higher profit margin than those who spend less on training. A study by CLO Magazine reported 70% of employees surveyed felt more motivated to learn when they could access the training on their mobile devices, while 72% reported increased engagement with mobile learning. Micro-learning.

Micro-Content is the Future of Mobile Learning


That’s the power of micro-content. So, what does this have to do with education or learning in any form? While technology has changed the way we live and learn, we also need to accept that attention spans have drastically declined. This means providing information that is not only relevant and engaging but easily digestible – in short, micro-content. How to Use Micro Content Effectively in Your Mobile Learning Strategy. Making Learning Fun.