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Designers should prioritize discussing the course design with cultural insiders before development.
While online meetings have become common in today’s modern workplace – and we are collectively getting better at them – most virtual meetings have room for improvement.
Today’s instructional designers must learn how to navigate the rise of the hyperactive e-learner, namely, the employees who power-click through content for completion, not retention.
Coursera accelerates enterprise product innovation to meet the data analysis needs of the marketplace.
Wherever you are on the continuum of moving to the virtual classroom, you are likely asking the same questions: What’s new in virtual training? Where is it going next? What do we need to do to prepare?
Asynchronous training is a simple concept: a student accesses training content at a different time than when it was originally delivered by the instructor.
Effective training is either nonexistent or not working in today’s 21st-century workplace. The way in which training is developed and delivered for the modern workplace must change.