Acting as true content delivery systems, LXPs' ability to curate content from a company’s internal digital learning assets, external content found on the internet and user-generated content engages learners in an interactive environment.
From the remote onboarding of new starters to looking for information from co-workers, we’ll have to do things differently — but also we have an opportunity to do things better. Given that remote work isn’t going anywhere, now is the time to drive...
Let’s face it: No one buys anything based on a brand’s word alone. Customer review sites have changed the way we market to consumers. What does this mean for L&D? Much like big box brands, you also deliver a product.
Are you intrigued by the possibilities of leveraging user-generated content or looking to manage the process more effectively? It’s never been easier to help employees build their knowledge collaboratively and take control of their learning.
The user-generated approach to learning is a silent yet fast-paced and organic revolution that is disrupting conventional, top-down learning approaches.
At the end of the day, all businesses are left with one sole differentiator that will separate them as employer of choice for years to come: their people.
A mind-boggling 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are generated every day. Although much of it is machine-generated, in the workplace, we are drowning in YouTube videos, blogs and other user-generated content.
Knowledge management and learning and development (L&D) are tightly linked in many ways primarily because developing skills and behaviors and sharing knowledge are at the core of why each function exists.
Today’s L&D departments are often swamped by the influx of training requests from all areas of their companies. An employee-generated learning (EGL) model helps L&D teams effectively manage these challenges.
User-generated learning is all about sharing knowledge. When implemented correctly, it can be an extremely powerful extra asset to your company.