The need for strong instructional design has become more critical than ever to ensure learner engagement and learning effectiveness.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of information and communication technologies in almost every aspect of life.
Stop designing traditional training, and start designing learning clusters.
Meet your business needs by evoking changed behaviors in learners based on their experience and knowledge levels with virtual challenge labs that encourage learners to explore and apply their knowledge.
Game-based learning can foster learner engagement, encourage motivation and deliver a higher return on investment for organizations that embrace it.
As L&D professionals rapidly upskill in virtual training and quickly transfer in-person content into virtual, instructor-led, synchronous learning, a large gap in virtual training still remains: the asynchronous learner experience.
Delivering training virtually has always presented the potential for distractions — whether by a smartphone or a neighbor walking his or her dog on the sidewalk outside. These distractions are compounded and heightened amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The term "eLearning" conjures images of endless boring slide decks with excruciatingly slow voiceovers. Let's drive a stake through the heart of the notion that this type of experience is learning.