L&D teams now face the challenge of providing quality learning opportunities, tailored to the requirements of our ‘new normal’. Video learning presents itself as a viable choice for delivering much-needed training. So let’s explore five guidelines on how to design video-based training:
Videos are an essential tool for your e-learning courses. When used properly, they can motivate people to personally engage with their learning like no other type of content can. If you want to drive engagement and learning up, then be sure to make videos a central part of your online L&D curriculum.
The world is changing at astonishing speed, especially when it comes to doing business. Perhaps it’s time for companies to stop thinking in terms of “fit” and start adopting a “fitness” mindset when they recruit their top professionals. Fitness-oriented recruitment will be essential for the 21st-century economy.
Live streaming has many benefits for corporate learning as it acts as a welcome extension to e-learning modules and allows for real-time communication and collaboration. The fact that it is easily done and cost-effective only adds to the appeal of this modern teaching method.
As more companies shift to remote work in the wake of the coronavirus, one challenge is onboarding remote employees. Fortunately, technology makes it easy to welcome new hires. Here we’ll look at best practices to onboard remote employees.
Like all platforms, Zoom takes some getting used to and has features that are highly visible and features that need a little digging after. The following tips are meant to make live training using this platform a little easier and more efficient.
As more and more training is going online, it must be engaging so that it upskills employees and ensures professional development at the same level as face-to-face training. A great e-learning strategy aids personal development and helps your team and organization move forward.
While remote work benefits are undeniable, having a dispersed remote team can create challenges for businesses to help new hires get acclimated to their jobs and maintain effective communication throughout the company. All of these challenges can be minimized or even diminished with proper training.
In 2020, with video-content consuming digital natives entering the workforce, e-learning designers have to opt for the more engaging version of rendering information. Here are a few aspects that make the use of video training content better than PowerPoint: