360 Degree Videos: The New Shiny Toy in Corporate Training

CommLab India

Related Posts Creating E-learning Videos: 5 Video Editing Tools That’ll Help 5 Step Process to Develop E-learning Videos Using PowerPoint Video-based Learning for Effective Training Programs.

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In a word: Here’s how Bloomingdale’s, Toys”R”Us, Toyota and others describe Axonify

Axonify

If you are not doing a program like this today, you are missing opportunities in your organization really to improve them and add value in the process. Dorothy Tenute – National Training Manager at Toys”R”Us Canada. As the old adage goes, “The customer is always right!”.

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In a word: Here’s how Bloomingdale’s, Toys”R”Us, Toyota and others describe Axonify

Axonify

If you are not doing a program like this today, you are missing opportunities in your organization really to improve them and add value in the process. Dorothy Tenute – National Training Manager at Toys”R”Us Canada. The post In a word: Here’s how Bloomingdale’s, Toys”R”Us, Toyota and others describe Axonify appeared first on Axonify. As the old adage goes, “The customer is always right!”.

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Bloomingdale’s, Toys”R”Us, Toyota and others tout the benefits of Axonify

Axonify

We’ve had a lot of success with the program and the process and it has saved our organization, this past year, over 2.2 We identified safety, because of the manufacturing environment that we work in, as really a primary goal for us and saw the potential of Axonify to really do a lot of work with our safety program and building our safety culture across the company. Dorothy Tenute – National Training Manager at Toys”R”Us Canada.

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Bloomingdale’s, Toys”R”Us, Toyota and others tout the benefits of Axonify

Axonify

We’ve had a lot of success with the program and the process and it has saved our organization, this past year, over 2.2 We identified safety, because of the manufacturing environment that we work in, as really a primary goal for us and saw the potential of Axonify to really do a lot of work with our safety program and building our safety culture across the company. Dorothy Tenute – National Training Manager at Toys”R”Us Canada.

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Using Bloxels to Teach Programming, Adobe Digital Trends Report, and Video Branching Scenarios: This Week on #BLPLearn

Bottom-Line Performance

Now that introductions are out of the way, let’s dive in to this week’s articles: Teaching Programming to Kids: Bloxels. So, we’ve shared a few links before about creative ways to teach programming to kids. Maybe this toy could be the first stepping stone to some full-on programming!

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Why User Experience is the New Brand Loyalty Program

eLearningMind

It’s a scenario we’re all too familiar with: You get a new toy–a TV; a bookshelf; a new phone–and the second it’s out of the box, you want it to be fully functional. The post Why User Experience is the New Brand Loyalty Program appeared first on eLearning Mind.

March of the robots

Learning with e's

There are technologies and tools, and then there are toys. Students design and build similar robots from kits, investing creativity into their designs, and then they program them to perform a variety of tasks that are mapped against the curriculum.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Learning from Observation

Learning Visions

A study is cited in which researchers looked at brain activity while subjects learned how to build a structure with Tinker Toys. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Wednesday, March 14, 2007 Learning from Observation This post, from the Eide Neurolearning Blog got me thinking about motivation in e-learning.

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Family and household management

Obsidian Learning

Program Manager Adam Lowry, father to two small children, gives us a window into how he and his wife are managing to balance family and work commitments. We’ve also spread the kids’ toys around the house into a few different rooms to try and at least give the impression of a change of scenery.

This FREE Alternative to Box.net Might Surprise You

LearnDash

Before revealing this new toy, let me give you a little background. Microsoft has completely revamped the program making it easier to use and understand.

Improving Performance in the Workplace

Web Courseworks

Whether it’s a hospital, a factory creating toys for children, or even fast food franchises, PI is needed everywhere. NICHE – NICHE is a performance improvement program that focuses on the level of the organization rather than the level of the individual.

How to design software training, part 2: Practice activities

Making Change

Kate : In her previous job, Kate used a program called Mail-a-lot to send emails to a database of customers. An example activity for Ben and Kate could be: “We’re going to send a mailing about the MegaChomper BigBoy toy to all big dog owners.

Why Executives Should Learn Design Thinking

CLO Magazine

It’s also a lot more fun than a traditional brainstorming session, said Liz Glaser, director of integrated talent management for e-commerce solutions company Pitney Bowes; she teaches design thinking in its Early in Career high performers program. Learn with Toys.

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Capytech, GO1.com form strong alliance

Capytech

The platform is used by organisations of all sizes including global toy and board game giant Hasbro, Japanese carmaker Suzuki, car rental provider Thrifty and government agencies. Let’s say you want to implement an induction program for your sales staff.

BLP Hosts “Game Design Day” for the Children of Dayspring Center

Bottom-Line Performance

Last Friday, 20 young people from Dayspring Center’s Camp Discovery program visited our offices. Donated clothes and toys each Christmas in our “Adopt a Family” program.

This Week on #TalkTech: MakerSwarm, Interactive Video, and Data Hoarders

Bottom-Line Performance

The idea is simple: We’re surrounded by electronics with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and computer chips inside them: gadgets like smartphones, e-readers, TVs, toys, appliances, and more. An example that jumped out at me was Rapt Media, but there are other programs out there as well.

Training at the North Pole Bringing Santas Workshop Into the 21st Century

Training Industry

After all, the goal of the North Pole training department is to make sure that Santa and the elves can efficiently plan, manufacture and deliver toys around the globe each year. That’s why at the North Pole, we’ve started using marketing techniques to engage learners, just like our marketing team does to engage the toy buyers at Amazon and Target. Develop a Coaching Program for Multigenerational Development Elves have a much longer lifespan than humans do.

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Videos in E-learning – The 7 Benefits

CommLab India

Related Posts Creating E-learning Videos: 5 Video Editing Tools That’ll Help Video-based Learning for Effective Training Programs 360 Degree Videos: The Shiny New Toy in Corporate Training. Videos in eLearning inject freshness in the learning.

Tool of the month: interactive video

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

H5P H5P is an open source program that you can use for free. Interesting because: it is a very easy program. It is very similar to video editing programs such as Imovie or Windows Moviemaker. These tools are much more like an editing program.

Next-gen Retail Training: Can Salespeople Really Change Lives?

Litmos

And remember, we're comparing diamonds to soap to toys here, so it's definitely not similar products. Strategic, centrally managed training programs enable leading companies to deliver consistent, continuous learning to sales staff anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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When Technology is your Friend: Regaining Control of your Content

Challenge to Learn

Pick easy, user-friendly tools (ideally, tools that require no training) and adopt one new "toy" at a time. My love of technology and willingness to try new tools allowed me to create a delightfully fluid environment for the master’s program I coordinate.

Survey: Job Seekers Want to Work for Firms That Give Back

CLO Magazine

Organize a clothing, toy or food drive that benefits a nonprofit organization. Consider offering a matching-gifts program that supplements workers'' charitable contributions or activities. More than four-in-10 professionals said an organization''s participation in charitable activities is at least somewhat of a factor in their decision to work there, a new survey shows. Menlo Park, Calif. — Dec.

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Improved Learning Experience Comes Handy With an Employee Training Software

ProProfs

For any business toying with the idea of incorporating a new training program, the advantages of e-Learning greatly outweigh those of in-person or classroom training. Let us now find out how online training programs have made the trainer’s job easier.

Google’s Stadia holds promises in Serious Games, VR and Mixed Reality

Playware Studios

With beloved titles such as Street Fighter IV, Back to the Future and Toy Story 3 in the launch library. He has taught game design in various college programs at NTU, SIM, NUS and IAL in Singapore and is the author and proponent of the Case Method 2.0 Google recently announced , It’s next-generation gaming platform. It’s been in secret development for several years and promises to change the landscape of both videogames content and hardware.

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Interview With Sharon Boller on Games and Learning

Bottom-Line Performance

I never did another video while there but I did get started designing training programs – without knowing anything about it formally. I enrolled at Indiana University in the Instructional Systems Technology program and got my master’s degree.

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On Trend for 2018: Learning and Flexibility

CLO Magazine

Focusing on popular skills can offer a necessary jolt to help revive a lacking learning program, giving employees the development they desire and ensuring they are acquiring skills that they can use in the immediate future.

4 Tips for Improved Video in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

It wasn’t until I was older, playing with more professional toys, that I realized that you often get what you pay for in terms of recording devices. Many online video websites allow you to embed videos into other programs to play them natively.

Thank You for Sharing: The Next Generation of Extended Enterprise Learning

Degreed

Back in the day, we were all taught to share, whether it was a new toy, afterschool TV time, or the last piece of cake. Because of this, about one-third of organizations have extended enterprise learning programs.

7 Best Practices for Maximizing the Value of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

KZO Innovations

In this post, two experienced ERG program leaders share insights on what it takes to foster ERGs and ensure success in the eyes of employees and business leaders. 7 Best Practices for a Successful ERG Program. Participation in ERG program (mentoring, community service, etc.).

Watch Out For These Trends in Mobile Learning: 2015 And Beyond

Origin Learning

almost 4 in 10 organizations will rely exclusively on BYOD by 2016, and 85 percent of businesses will have some kind of BYOD program in place by 2020. Global mobile data traffic grew 69 percent in 2014 and was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000.

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Creativity and Innovation in Training

Trivantis

It’s designed to help both teams and individuals get out of their “rivers of thinking” (day-to-day expertise which may be preventing true innovation) and help participants tackle challenges from a fresh perspective, using tools (referred to as “toys”) they have never used before.

How to Create and Sell Online Courses: A Step-by-Step Guide

ProProfs

If you too are toying with the idea, this blog post can help you out. He built and sold four online courses on various programming topics, and in just nine months, he had earned more than $1 million. It’s not about selling. It’s about creating value for your audience. .

People Development: Stop Spending, Start Thinking

CLO Magazine

Depressingly often, like aspiring exercisers with piles of laundry sitting on their treadmill, they show ubiquitous signs of abandoned efforts: faded motivational posters, certificates and dusty stress toys with familiar consulting brands.

Games in Corporate Training? Sacrilege Indeed!

ID Reflections

All of us remember our first toys that taught us to count beads, recognize shapes, build a tower, win a business park, spell words, solve crosswords, and so on. The rest twenty percent have been sent a mandate to take the program again—within the next three weeks. Learning by playing is neither a new invention nor a gift of the digital times we live in.

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