Offline Marketing for Online Courses with High Ticket Ecommerce and Consulting Business Expert Sayan Sarkar

LifterLMS

Learn about offline marketing for online courses with high ticket ecommerce and consulting business expert Sayan Sarkar in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Most of the time in the world of marketing we are learning about the new ways of doing things with marketing online, but as Sayan shares in this episode, he has had tremendous success with his businesses by marketing offline in newspapers. Podcasting and all this stuff.

Building Blocks for Taking Your Offline Classes Online

Hurix Digital

Consider providing them details of the assignment beforehand, such as lecture notes, podcasts or recorded videos. Do not assume that they will all know and connect with each other online, the way they do offline.

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Teacher Appreciation Week – A Conversation with Chris Badgett on the World of Online and Offline Education Honoring Teachers

LifterLMS

In this week’s LMScast Ali Mathis of the LifterLMS team discusses teacher appreciation week – a conversation with Chris Badgett on the world of online and offline education honoring teachers. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. Ali Mathis: Well, here at LifterLMS, we’re celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week May 6th through May 10th, so if you’re listening to this podcast during that time, it is Teacher Appreciation Week.

Podcast 16: Integrated Learning Experiences – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge

Talented Learning

To learn more about this podcast series or to see the full collection of episodes visit The Talented Learning Show main page. But “integrated” doesn’t just mean that you’re tying together online and offline content. FOR MORE QUESTIONS AND COMPLETE ANSWERS, LISTEN TO THE FULL PODCAST NOW! The post Podcast 16: Integrated Learning Experiences – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge appeared first on Talented Learning.

Podcast 24: DNA of High-Impact Learning – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge

Talented Learning

To learn more about this podcast series or to see the full collection of episodes visit The Talented Learning Show main page. Balance the mix of online and offline activities. That’s why we’ve built a platform (called BlendedX) that integrates online and offline learning activities. The post Podcast 24: DNA of High-Impact Learning – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge appeared first on Talented Learning. WELCOME TO EPISODE 24 OF THE TALENTED LEARNING SHOW!

The power of the spoken word: including podcasts in training

Matrix

Why L&D professionals should consider the podcast as a training tool. Without further ado, here are four reasons why you should consider including podcasts in your company’s training materials: Podcasts – the cool version of dramatic radio. This is why podcasts are becoming one of the most popular means of media. In essence, a podcast is very similar in structure and style to a radio talk show, and it can be listened to using an iPod or MP3 player.

Producing Podcasts: Some Considerations for Content Creators

The E-Learning Curve

Content can be viewed both online and offline for maximum flexibility. When you start work on a podcast, you must be aware of not only what is to be said, but also to whom you want to say it. Podcasts - like blogs - develop a distinctive 'personality' according to the characteristics of the source material, the type of audience that material is aimed at, and the individual or team who produce the podcast. First of all, a (longish) pre-amble.

E-Learning News and Notes

eLearning 24-7

Working on the course - one is online then goes offline and the other author goes online. Podcast Mania. As many of you may be aware, E-Learning 1 on 1 is a new podcast series from E-Learning 24/7. The podcast is available for download via iTunes , but you can also visit the podcast site directly and either listen on the site or download the mp3 for listening for wherever, including on your mp3 player or tablet.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Theories and Models Of and For Online Learning" (First Monday)

Mark Oehlert

6 Dirty Myths About eLearning People Still Believe

Your Training Edge

However, many still think that eLearning is unreliable and a student gets no knowledge while sitting at home and listening to the podcasts. In fact, most of the offline colleges and universities also use online platforms for interaction with the students. There is one significant difference between studying online and offline. This is just like in offline colleges, so the student may be confident that their work will be checked properly!

How to Design Fantastic M-Learning with 9 Guidelines

Infopro Learning

Remember, your learners will be mobile and agile, and an m-learning module should be available to the learners both online and offline. You can use interactions like skype, wikis, podcast etc. Mobile phones have not only revolutionized the communication sector but the eLearning sector as well. With mobile devices hitting the 7 billion mark, organizations foresee a huge potential targeting this learning segment.

Increasing student engagement through Interactive Learning Design

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Podcasts. To embed human touch in e-courses, podcasts can be included to make a strong learning delivery. This increases the reach of the delivery, making podcasts perfect for just-in-time learning delivery – especially if the learner is frequently out of office. The downloadable resources also create an opportunity of offline learning – which is quite a boon for learners who have sporadic internet connectivity.

Is Tin Can LMS Capable of Supporting Blended Learning?

ProProfs

They still do, but now, most of the learning happens online with intermittent access to offline resources. While factual learning happens online, blended learning enforces the concepts in an offline model with discussions, lectures, quizzes, and even role play. They are free to learn from multiple mediums that may or may not involve a LMS software such as text, videos, flashcards, and podcasts to supplement their understanding and absorb the concepts better.

Why Your Employees Need Mobile Training

LearnDash

Video micro lessons make it faster and cheaper to develop and update course materials than offline or longer digital content. Podcasts. Many training courses assume that employees are sitting at a desk. Here’s why that mindset is holding you back. Many companies are invested in developing online training for their employees.

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Creating avenues for On-Demand Learning in the Modern Workplace

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A variety of topics can be pushed, as per the learner needs, from offline sources within the organization as well as online source. With the changing profile of the learner, the content can be adapted to be viewed online or offline and through a variety of devices including laptops as well as mobile devices like smart-phones or tablets. Learning at the workplace is a continuous process.

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6 Tips To Create Customized Online Training Content For Your Corporate Learners

G-Cube

Some learners prefer podcasts, presentations, and other audio-based activities, while others enjoy more interactive and tactile online training content. Some HTML5 tools even allow them to download the online training content for offline viewing. Are your employees looking for online training courses that meet their individual needs? Do you need to provide them with targeted online training resources and activities to help them improve their job performance?

Unshrouding the Mystery of Blended Learning

Origin Learning

Blended learning on the other hand is creating a mix of both offline and online learning experiences in a way that they complement each other. Instructional strategies such as lecturing, guided learning, exploratory discussions, debates and role-playing must be amalgamated with online learning tools such as podcasts, e-books, webcasts and digital video libraries, massive multiplayer online games, wikis, etc. For many, blended learning is still a muddled concept.

11 Differences between a MOOC and an Online Course

ID Reflections

Each MOOC will gather around it a repository of content – reference links, resources, participant blogs, podcasts, videos, and so on – over and above the initial content used to start the MOOC. The offline and the online world can come together with the boundary of a MOOC being essentially porous.

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5 Ways to Add Flexibility to your Mobile Learning Strategy

Growth Engineering

Apps such as ‘Pocket’ have gone a step further and you can now save useful webpages and pass them to your learners for offline viewing. Podcasts. Podcasts have taken the world by storm (check out some of our favourites here) and can help your learners become truly mobile. Your mobile learning strategy will be ever so sad without podcasts to brighten up its day! Yoga is all the rage right now. Downward Facing Dog, Crow Pose and Handstand.

10 Advantages Of Leveraging LMS For Blended Learning

Upside Learning

With this, you can schedule and run your offline and online training as per the schedule, administer assessments pre or post your training programs and generate instant reports to determine the success of your overall training. It offers learner-centric online as well as offline learning channels to cater to different learning needs and demands. Earlier I had shared the 8 things to follow while implementing blended learning via an LMS.

Improving Workforce Engagement and Performance: Exploring 3 Significant Modules of Mobile LMS

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Custom training content is delivered as smaller chunks, in the form of videos, infographics, podcasts, quizzes, and more to boost overall learner engagement and knowledge retention. A robust mobile learning platform helps the corporate workforce to interact via online as well as offline communications. With an increasing scope of on-demand training, the deployment of mobile Learning Management Systems is also increasing.

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What is Blended Learning? A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

eLearningMind

Blended learning uses online and offline technologies in tandem, allowing instructors to quickly adopt the latest learning trends and modalities into the curriculum. Share on facebook. Facebook. Share on twitter. Twitter. Share on linkedin. LinkedIn. Share on email. Email.

Blended learning vs elearning and face-to-face training

Leo Learning

Blended learning courses typically offer a series of self-study and guided learning activities, and often combine both online and offline learning. scenarios (digital or offline). workbooks (digital or offline). podcasts. A study from Towards Maturity, Beyond Blending: Improving the Impact of Formal Learning through Technology , suggests that the most successful organisations are using a blended learning approach.

Tracking Microlearning with Tin Can API

ProProfs

For instance, they might Watch a video Read an ebook Listen to a podcast Discuss with friends or co-workers If you take a closer look at the first Youtube example, the first three search results are no more than 10-15 minutes. Plus, it works offline unlike SCORM; so that you never miss out on any microlearning experience. Until the world heard about e-Learning, the idea of learning a skill anytime and anywhere felt only like a distant dream.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Creating a Mobile Course

LearnDash

Of course, there are many ways in which mobile learning can be audio-only (see: podcasts), and this has its own advantage for commuters who can listen to content but must keep their eyes on the road. Can your course be accessed offline? It may seem a bit counterintuitive to suggest that online learners should be able to access content offline, but this is an important feature for mobile learning. Moving your desktop course to mobile requires more than a simple copy/paste.

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Blended Learning: Different combinations that work

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Blending Offline and Online Learning: This form of blended learning delivery is most common where traditional ‘offline’ platform of learning like classroom trainings are supported by online learning opportunities. The session can be one-way, where an instructor delivers a session on a virtual platform – a presentation, podcast or live video. Blended Learning is in itself self-explanatory, its all in the name.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | March 27, 2020

Mike Taylor

Just good content, both live and offline. I know there are about a gazillion podcasts to choose from, but if you’re a learning pro you should go listen to Michelle Ocker’s “Disruption Series” on her Learning Uncut podcast. “Continuous learning is the minimum requirement for success in any field.” Dennis Waitley. It is interesting all the “new” things I’ve been noticing lately.

6 Useful Tips to Implement Blended Learning through an LMS

CommLab India

You can use the LMS to track learning interactions through blogs, discussion forums, podcasts, social media, offline messaging, and email communications. Over the last few years, the LMS as we know it has changed from simply being an e-learning delivery platform to a much broader learning platform involving a blend of various learning formats and methodologies.

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Why Mobile Apps Are a Must for Training in 2019

Appsembler

Mobile apps allow you to download documents, podcasts, training videos, and quizzes for use offline, so you really can keep learning wherever you are. I’d like to make a confession. I think I’m addicted to my phone. I savor the high I get when seeing those notifications pop up that tell me I have a new message or interaction. I feel momentarily disappointed when I check my phone and there are no new notifications. But I’m not alone.

Sales training & microlearning

Ed App

It emphasizes a massive amount of resources including podcasts, white papers, webinars, and eBooks. Some programs, like Hoffman’s, are only available offline. Sales training is essential if you want to increase your company’s bottom line.

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3 Tips to Boost your Attention Management Capabilities

Learning Wire

Besides when you decide to work on email, close your email client, work in offline mode, or change the settings to download email only when you click—and shut off all notifications. Try meditation (even just two minute guided meditations) which can help with feeling frantic and distracted (there are many apps and podcasts to help with this). Want to find out more on personal productivity?

5 Hidden Advantages of a Full-Featured LMS in Healthcare CE

EthosCE

The use of audio directives and podcasts. Live streaming from offline events. Offline event registration and check-ins. While the advantages of having an LMS with many features is obvious when your CME program is growing rapidly, there are also many benefits to having a full-featured LMS regardless of the size or age of your CE program. In this post, we’ll look at five reasons why having a full-featured LMS in healthcare is essential to your program’s development.

How to Combine Donations with Your LMS Website With Devin Walker from GiveWP

LifterLMS

Learn how to combine donations with your LMS website with Devin Walker from GiveWP in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett from LifterLMS. A lot of nonprofits collect payments offline, but by incorporating a donations tool into your website, you can collect donations from around the world. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you. This podcast is not over.

Avoiding Information Overload in Online Learning Environments: An e-learning perspective

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Instead of increasing the textual content in an e-course, background reading and other resources can be made downloadable or available offline. Similarly, other mediums like podcasts, infographics and animations can be utilized to impart detailed information – but in a format that makes learning more palatable. The effectiveness and impact of technology-aided learning in the corporate sector is unquestionable.

10 Reasons Why You Should Adopt Mobile Learning Apps

Hurix Digital

Possibility of Offline Usage. Offline accessibility is another obvious advantage that mobile learning apps have over websites. Offline websites don’t exist, but offline apps do. So, your employees and your customers can quickly open the app and take a look at all the offline content even when they’re not connected to the web. Using mobile apps can help even offline users connect with the pool of knowledge you offer.