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Managers

The posts in this category cover subjects L&D managers and other decision makers involved in business training might find useful or at least interesting.

Selling online courses

Selling online courses: What you need to know

LMS, Managers

The market for online courses has witnessed an incredible growth over the past few years, and this is mostly due to all the technological advances in e-learning. It’s easier now than ever before to sell courses online, but this doesn’t mean that you can make money with just a few clicks and a play button. Before seeing any dollar from selling online courses, you need two important things: a great product (read course) and a significant amount of online followers.

coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

How to coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

E-learning, LMS, Managers

Your company is just like an ecosystem; everything is interconnected. The success of your learning and development company strategy depends not only on instructional designers and their knowledge and ability to create training courses, but also on the coordination between them and your internal departments of HR, IT, Design or Marketing. A learning management system can support this coordination by providing the best tools and by hosting all the knowledge in one centralized place.

augmented learning

Why all the hype surrounding augmented learning?

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Augmented reality allows us to create digital layers of information on top of the physical world, thus connecting our digital lives with the surrounding environment. Augmented learning extends the possibilities in the real world for education and training, redefining the learning space and increasing engagement and boosting productivity.

informal and collaborative learning

How informal and collaborative learning support training

E-learning, Managers

Most of the learning at work happens through job-related experiences and daily contact with colleagues and management. Informal and collaborative learning happens naturally and spontaneously in any business setting. That’s why businesses should support it, along with all the formal training programs.

Gamification: the spoonful of sugar for the training medicine

Gamification: the spoonful of sugar for the training medicine

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Remember Mary Poppins and her supercalifragilisticexpialidoceous way of teaching the Banks children to enjoy all things in life, even those they didn’t really want to do?

E-learning professionals had to come up with ways of keeping all the corporate Janes and Michaels engaged with their courses. They found that the equivalent of the spoonful of sugar for the training medicine is using gamification in their training.

training millennials

Simple solutions for training millennials (Part I)

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Corporate learning is critical for increasing skills, improving the leadership pipeline, and enhancing employee engagement. As millennials transform the workplace we have known for the past decades, it is essential for businesses to assess their current learning environment and strive to build a corporate learning experience that is customized for every employee.

E-learning Trends for 2016

Top 7 E-learning Trends for 2016

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

The global LMS market is on an ascendent pace, being set to reach a whooping USD 11.34 billion by 2020. The only way to tell if this forecast will become true is to wait another five years. Until then, we’ll try our own fortune-teller abilities and propose a few ideas that we think will shape the e-learning landscape in 2016.

employee performance

6 Ways of boosting employee performance with e-learning

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Successful online training courses offer a great learning experience and, most importantly, employees have a chance to apply what they learn in their daily tasks. The number one thing that all businesses care about is performance, because well-trained and enthusiastic employees are more productive, which always leads to bigger profits, and who doesn’t want to have a blooming company with happy employees?

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