When it comes to learning new software and acquiring other high tech skills, virtual training labs are close to the ideal platform.
Virtual training makes learning accessible to everyone. By removing the geographical barriers to learning, VILT software helps enhance students’ product adoption, career development and knowledge – without sacrificing the instructor’s effectiveness.
Making the switch to online training requires effort and buy-in. Educating key stakeholders on how a virtual training environment works, demonstrating the cost savings and value, and choosing vendors are critical steps.
As technology and software become more prevalent in our lives, training priorities are shifting to include more marketable technology skills. The best way to teach technologically advanced skills is with a technologically advanced approach to learning.
Workplace training company ELI, Inc., today announced the launch of its Virtual Instructor-Led Training (vILT) product to its platform of services.
With more and more employees working remotely, there’s an increasing need to provide hard-to-reach colleagues and learners with a deeply engaging, collaborative experience.
Luckily, there are some easy ways to not only keep the attention of your learners but also create a better learning experience. Here are the five golden rules of video training content.
How can we do a better job of helping people gain skills and confidence in using collaboration tools and working as a team virtually, helping to cross this technology competence and virtual teaming chasm? Online learning has crossed the chasm.
Hone, the reimagined workplace training platform for modern and distributed teams, today announced a $3.6 million seed round led by Cowboy Ventures and Harrison Metal.
Virtual eTraining Software has launched Taggis, a multimedia hotspot editor to create stand-out learning settings in no time.