Learning leaders must become familiar with the nuances of instructional design if they want to create training that produces effective employees.
Learning by doing is an intuitive concept widely accepted in learning theory — but too often, the reality is “learn slowly by struggling.”
The essence of good instructional design is the same for in-person and digital learning. It’s more about awareness.
As employee training and development plans become more complex, the best training project management solutions will more often entail a hybrid ADDIE/Agile model.
Purposeful, learner-centered design processes aim to reduce the fatigue of webinars and conference calls and increase engagement across the learning journey.
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.