Category

E-learning

modern employee

Learning in the new workplace — meeting the needs of the modern employee

E-learning, Instructional Designers

The learning organization is an integral part of today’s workplace. The modern employee is acutely aware that in this fast moving world one needs to learn continuously to survive. That’s why L&D departments need to keep up with all technological advancements that allow employee to have more control over their learning process at work and support this new sharing culture.

multilingual training courses

What are your options when creating multilingual training courses?

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Company growth is based a lot on employee development, and this often means some sort of training. And if we’re talking about a diverse workforce in more than one location on the globe, cultural differences and language variety have the potential to become serious challenges. So company training programs need to be targeted to each group of employees, and their native language should be an important variable.

machine learning

Machine learning – the secret ingredient to personalized training

E-learning, Instructional Designers, LMS

Everyone is talking about why it’s important to offer personalized learning experiences for trainees, and the only way to achieve this is through big data. And with the help of machine learning, that big data about learners is sorted, patterns are found, so instructional designers can make sense of everything and take the best decisions when creating training courses.

Gamification – a cross-generational affair

Gamification – a cross-generational affair

E-learning, Managers

The workforce is a cross-generational affair, mixing Gen Xers, Millennials and Baby Boomers. The use of gamification in training holds the power to engage the greatest part of the demographics. If properly designed, it reaches wide categories of staff and can turn even the dullest topic or task into something enjoyable and worthwhile.

Training environment vs. simulations

Training environment vs. simulations for IT training — and how to get it right

E-learning, Instructional Designers

When designing training for new software users, a question that will inevitably arise is: Should you go for simulations or for the training environment? The knowledge achieved by a learner who can test the software will always trump that of a simulation training experience, but simulations provide a highly cost-effective means to create scalable, repeatable training.

benefits of using VR in training

4 benefits of using VR in training

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Many industries use VR technology for training and many more consider using it in the future. Besides the wow-factor, the affordable-ish price and the fact that it can be measured, here are another 4 benefits of using VR in training: it increases learner engagement and retention rates, helps learners gain mastery faster and improves employee performance.

TED Talks for L&D

Top 7 TED Talks for L&D professionals

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Maybe it’s the perfect duration of the speech, maybe it’s the great subjects, maybe it’s a combination of these — but TED Talks sure has a way to keep watchers mesmerized. Here are 7 TED talks spreading ideas about how people learn, what motivation means, the role of the workplace, and other topics learning and development professionals could find interesting.

Close