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.
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?
Mobile learning has grown considerably in the last few years in the field of work-based education, with more and more organizations implementing mobile learning programs. This post presents 7 reasons why you should consider using mobile technology to enhance your business training program.
Offering introverted people the same chance to thrive in a learning environment, no matter if it’s traditional or online, should be a major concern for all teachers and trainers. But if you’re an instructional designer who’s using a cloud-based LMS to create and organize your training materials, you’ll be pleased to know you already have the upper hand on this.
More often than not, e-learning instructors spend a lot of time on perfecting their courses but forget how to actually teach. And that’s why they shouldn’t be surprised to find out that their learners find their teaching style outdated, not engaging and sometimes downright annoying.
Follow these 5 teaching techniques if you want to annoy your adult learners.
Maybe storytelling is not a matter of life and death in an office environment, but businesses can and should adopt this age-old tradition into an innovative way in order to 1) keep their employees engaged, 2) educate their clients and 3) reach new audiences.