Generation C is a generation of people who rely on connection to technology daily. They have other learning preferences altogether. It’s growing, and we need to pay attention. This group is easily bored, restless and might rate you on Yelp.
You’ve got your eye on your next big technology investment. But what’s your plan for how to use it? What will people actually be learning? When it comes to creating effective digital learning experiences, technology plays a key role, but so does...
Video can be a powerful, emotive medium. While video has been a key part of digital learning for many years, there’s been a recent resurgence in the use of video as an engaging tool that supports efficient, relevant and high-value content creation.
Is the jump to obtain the latest technology sometimes too hasty? Here are three reasons why great digital learning strategies don’t start with technology and some tips to help you determine your technical requirements.
At the end of onboarding, instead of feeling empowered with knowledge, employees are often simply relieved that they can check one more item off their to-do list. Unfortunately, this approach is not the way to engage a new employee — or a current one.
Associations work hard to meet the needs of their members, which means offering innovative continuing education programs. To meet this need, learning management systems are evolving and changing the landscape of e-learning design.
It's tempting to think that spreadsheets are a good way to track internal training offerings. However, continuing to use spreadsheets as your training offering grows could waste a lot of time and create more work for your internal training staff.
Workers across all industries use plain-text email as their main source of workplace communication. Email will continue to be the lifeblood of how we share information at work, but can we improve text-heavy modes of communication and our productivity?
Bridge Learning Tech is to open a North East Asian Hub in the Republic of Korea as it expands its reach to the Asia-Pacific region. The company further announced that it has appointed Lee & Ko, Korea's leading full-service law firm, as advisors.
A core function of HR is to manage employee talent and encourage employee development, but outdated, siloed systems make it nearly impossible to align talent development with individual performance or broader business objectives.