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A 5-Step Plan To Create A Captivating Scenario-Based Corporate Training - 0 views

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    Scenario-Based Learning (SBL) is a popular strategy that can checkpoint learning and help learners improve their decision-making skills. In this article, I outline a 5-step plan you can use to create a captivating scenario-based corporate training.
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7 Gamification Techniques For Corporate Training That Work - EIDesign - 0 views

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    While gamification has been in use for corporate training for several years, there is still a lingering doubt on its impact. In this article, I share 7 gamification techniques for corporate training that work!
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How To Personalize Corporate Training With Videos - EIDesign - 3 views

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    Today's learners are an impatient lot, and they want training that is personalized for them. In this article, I show you the value of a personalized learning plan, and how you can leverage on video-based learning to enhance this further.
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How To Use Interactive Video-Based Learning To Enhance Your Training's Impact - EIDesign - 1 views

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    The adoption of video-based training is on a roll. In this article, I outline how you can use its NextGen avatar, interactive video-based learning, and enhance your training's impact.
Tesseract Learning

Neuroplasticity And Its Role In Learning And Memory - 2 views

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    Neuroplasticity has been a topic of discussion in the areas of brain research and development in the last few years. It refers to the ability of the brain to develop new connections between synapses due to various reasons. Few examples on the relationship between neuroplasticity and learning are shared in this blog.
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    Neuroplasticity has been a topic of discussion in the areas of brain research and development in the last few years. It refers to the ability of the brain to develop new connections between synapses due to various reasons. Few examples on the relationship between neuroplasticity and learning are shared in this blog.
Tesseract Learning

Blended Learning Model as an Effective Training Solution - Examples - 1 views

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    Blended learning is an important model of learning where large amount of knowledge and skill-based content needs to be imparted in phases and redundancies need to be avoided. I will share few examples of blended learning in this write-up.
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How To Enhance Your Corporate Training With Next Gen Gamification Solutions - eLearning... - 1 views

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    Join us for the free webinar How To Enhance Your Corporate Training With Next Gen Gamification Solutions, presented by Asha Pandey, the Chief Learning Strategist at EI Design, and sponsored by eLearning Industry. The event is scheduled for the 7th of March 2019. Stay tuned!
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4 Must-see Examples of Gamification of Compliance Training - EIDesign - 0 views

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    Compliance trainings have been a significant part of corporate trainings for a long time now, they have been in the online format for the last 25 years. There have been a lot of changes since then in the way learning strategies are structured. And, compliance trainings have not yet used any new strategies to enhance the experiences of the learner.
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Striking a Nerve: The Benefits and Neurobiology of Story-Based Learning - 2 views

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    Wanted to know what are the benefits of story-based-learning? Check the Striking a Nerve: The Benefits and Neurobiology of Story-Based Learning and be fully prepared for the year to come.
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6 Benefits You Should Know About Adaptive Learning In Corporate Training - 1 views

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    The power of adaptive learning is endless as it allows custom-tailored learning experience for learners. In this article, I will be talking about the benefits of adaptive learning in corporate training.
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    The power of adaptive learning is endless as it allows custom-tailored learning experience for learners. In this article, I will be talking about the benefits of adaptive learning in corporate training.
Dennis OConnor

500-We-Are-Not-That-Different - 0 views

  • Learning spans the lifetime.  Yet, learning there is little collaboration between K-12, College and Corporate Learning.  We do little sharing, almost no common research and rarely leverage technologies across our sectors.
  • Educators need to connect with and learn from each other.
  • Sit next to me on a plane and ask what I do for a living. I'll say I am in the learning field. You will immediately try to guess if I am a college professor, a high school principal, a third grade teacher or perhaps a corporate CLO.
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  • On the ground, what each of those professions do is quite different. A third grade teacher may spend six hours a day, five days a week, 45 weeks a year with the same 24 students. A college professor may spend three hours a week in a classroom or in an online webinar with a group as small as five or as large as 800, followed by office hours, assignments, final papers, exams and the assignment of grades. A corporate trainer may lead a three-hour on-boarding session or an intensive 12-hour-a-day leadership retreat that lasts five days.Yet, zoom out to the 3,000-foot-high level and we each face similar issues, challenges, opportunities, changes and research questions:
Dennis OConnor

Write Tech Blog - Write Technology - 2 views

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    Michelle Lentz has put together an impressive portfolio of insights and ideas. Her blog will be of interest to all in e-learning (not just the corporate side). Her writing background shines here. Good ideas. Good writing. Worth reading!
Dennis OConnor

Write Technology - 1 views

  • Write Technology is a social media adventuring (you know, consulting) company, with an emphasis on training, elearning and marketing. Our key markets are currently social marketing strategy and social learning/training and development.
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    Interesting consultant site. Provides a model for using social networking / web 2.0 tools in corporate environments.
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Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development: Podcasting = Continuous Production NOT ... - 0 views

  • The beauty of podcasting is NOT that you have an easy way to send ONE or TWO audio (or video) recordings of an instructor leading an in-class course or instructor-led training.  If that's all you are doing then you have NOT created a podcast.  The simple act of recording a few audio or video files and putting them on a webserver with a link for users to access...IS NOT PODCASTING! If you understand what I just said then you may not find this post relevant to you. If reading that made you wonder a little bit about your podcasting strategy then you MUST read on.
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    The author makes the excellent point that podcasting is an ongoing process, rather than one-off announcements.
Dennis OConnor

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development - 1 views

  • The beauty of podcasting is NOT that you have an easy way to send ONE or TWO audio (or video) recordings of an instructor leading an in-class course or instructor-led training.  If that's all you are doing then you have NOT created a podcast.  The simple act of recording a few audio or video files and putting them on a webserver with a link for users to access...IS NOT PODCASTING! If you understand what I just said then you may not find this post relevant to you. If reading that made you wonder a little bit about your podcasting strategy then you MUST read on.
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    Solid source for articles relevant to corporate training, instructional design and e-Learning.
Dennis OConnor

Learnlets » strategy - 2 views

  • Here we are talking content frameworks and hosting architectures, semantics, and organizational alignment and culture.
Dennis OConnor

Learnlets » Learning malpractice - 0 views

  • Learning malpractice Clark @ 7:26 pm Richard Nantel tweeted about Chris Dede talking about Educational Malpractice. Unfortunately, while it does accurately characterize the education space, it is not inappropriate to apply to the workplace as well. I would extend that to Training Malpractice, but I want to take it further. Because organizations are committing crimes at more than just the training level.
Dennis OConnor

E-Learning Curve Blog - 0 views

  • Information can and (should even) be encoded and transmitted using both visual and auditory (narration) channels. If verbal information is encoded auditorily it reduces the cognitive load of the learner. Consequently their working memory can process information more effectively. Mayer has calls this the the Modality Principle.
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      * Auditory should be a 'toggle' some learners are distracted by auditory input and would prefer to read. Learner choice is the key.
  • According to Colvin Clark & Mayer (2002) there are six different "broadly applicable" media element guidelines to follow when undertaking e-learning instruction. These guidelines are: The Multimedia Principle: Use words and graphics rather than words alone. The Contiguity Principle: Place corresponding words and graphics near each other The Modality Principle: Present words as audio narration rather than onscreen text. The Redundancy Principle: Presenting words in both text and audio narration can hurt learning. The Coherence Principle: Adding interesting material can hurt learning The Personalization Principle: Use conversational style and virtual coaches.
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    This is a great blog that has insight concerning M-Learning ideas and applications. Great ideas for Trainers!
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    Thanks to Rich Jaenke in the E-learning for Educators group for this blog. New to me and just in time info I can use.
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