The workplace has changed dramatically in the last couple of decades. In the 1990s and earlier, many of us had actual offices with doors we could close to block out distractions. Open offices and telecommuting were much less common.
Not all e-learning courses are making the most of the available technology or the psychology involved in independent study. With that in mind, the following tips can help improve your e-learning strategy and approach — and learners’ outcomes.
How do we become better at developing training in and out of the classroom in order to impact the perceived return on investment of what we do? The solution may lie in brain-based learning.
She was hooked! What is your learner’s first impression? Does the start of the course draw them in or push them away? Get sparks flying – or zzzz’s?
Few training professionals would be willing to make the following argument: "Knowledge acquisition is not a major component of performance improvement." The truth is, if employees don't learn (or acquire knowledge of) how to do something (or do something...