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Instructional Designers

training digital natives

Digital natives — how to design and deliver training that clicks

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

It may seem that digital natives do everything differently than the previous generations of employees but give them the time, the choice and the right technology and they will prove that different is in this case better. In order to design programs that will be both friendly and effective for them there are a few things to be taken into account. Check them out!

immersive technology for training

5 Types of immersive technology for training

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Immersive technologies are perfect for training people who perform risky jobs because it can simulate dangerous or risky situations within a safe, controlled environment. These can also be used for recruitment, on-boarding new employees, or helping team members develop interpersonal skills at work. 360° photos, 360° videos, 3D simulations, VR and MR are just 5 examples of immersive technology for training.

e-learning outside the box

E-Learning outside the box: tips for instructional designers

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Whenever putting out a hiring ad, companies ask for innovative people who can think outside of the box. Creativity seems to have become the number one prerequisite for pretty much everything. The ‘box’, with its implication of rigidity and squareness, symbolizes constrained and unimaginative thinking. So how exactly can one think outside the box? And what can instructional designers do support this kind of thinking?

maximizing your training budget

Maximizing your training budget: instructor-led training, e-learning, or both?

E-learning, Instructional Designers

When it comes to creating training courses most clients tend to believe it is either one or the other, and if they do choose both they assume two independent development streams and budgets. But if we consider the amount of cost and effort to create both instructor-led courses and e-learning ones, the best option for maximizing the training budget is to go for both these possibilities.

micro learning

Micro learning – the big wave of mobile education

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Micro learning is already established as the wonder child of the online education industry. A normal response to the spectacular growth of mobile learning and an antidote to lack of time and resources in the workplace, bite-sized learning can prove the perfect solution for employees. Providing real-time, relevant information, this type of training boosts employee efficiency, and as such improves company productivity.

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.

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